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Mr Breakfast loves eggs, so he's crazy about Easter. These are his favorite Easter egg decorating tips. Remember little breakfast lovers, you should always have an adult help you out with this stuff so they can share the Easter fun too!


Coloring Easter Eggs With Food Coloring

Using Rubber Bands To Make Fun Designs

Other Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
  • Crayons - Try drawing dots and lines on a hard-boiled egg before dipping it into the dye. The wax from the crayon keeps the dye from getting through and that usually results in crayon-tastic designs.

  • Candle Wax - Get an adult to light a candle and help you drop little wax dots and lines on a hard-boiled egg. After you dip the egg in dye, you can scrape off the wax and you'll see that they dye didn't get through those areas. Or you can leave the wax on for a really cool effect.
Making Easter Egg Dye The Natural Way

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A Couple More Tips

- Rubber gloves will keep dye from staining your fingers.

- Empty egg cartons make great drying racks for decorated eggs.

- Newspapers under your work area will prevent lots of mess.

Summary Of Easter Egg Movies

Recipe for food coloring egg dye: 1/2 cup boiling water, 30 to 40 drops of food coloring and 1 teaspoon of white vinegar. Allow mixture to cool completely before dipping hard-boilded eggs.

The rubberband trick: Place rubberbands around hard-boiled eggs before dipping egg into egg dye. For extra cool effects, place rubberbands around both length-wise and width-wise. Remove a couple of the rubberbands after dipping. Then dip egg into another color of dye before removing the other rubberbands.

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How To Boil An Egg

Young Mr BreakfastBoy, wasn't Mr Breakfast a funny-looking kid. That's him with his mean brother Mr Does-Not-Like-Breakfast. Mr Does-Not-Like-Breakfast always did worse in school and had less energy because he skipped breakfast.

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This article was written by Mr Breakfast (aka Eddy Chavey).

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