when you blow out eggs some will crack – use them for crafts (hide clay bunnies, chicks or, of course, eagles)
green at top is matcha – you can see the effect if you don't rinse the goop off; bottom left and upper right rested in jagged egg cups full of dye; tape was used on others as initial and pattern decals
egg blowing kit
cut a paper towel roll for egg drying stands; don't remove elastics until colour is dry.
the most beautiful eggs are those wrapped with onion skin and cheese cloth
Your table will be good and messy with lots to keep them busy.
oil was added to this dye – also sticks were stuck through the holes with glue, so you can put them in a vase like a bouquet, kids love it.
I read you can add food or spices to boiled water, not boiling the food with the water. So I tested it here with blueberries. Both eggs soaked for maybe 10 minutes. Top egg in water that was boiled with blueberries. Bottom egg soaked in water that had the blueberries added after the water boiled, removing the blueberries after the water cooled to room temperature. Definitely boil the food with the water!
“I don’t know what’s wrong with me. …It’s the fucking Tylenol. …You have no choice. Kill me.” – AUGUST, 6.5 (First time vomiting; spoken in a slow, quiet, matter-of-fact tone while leaning over the toilet.)
“I like going [skiing] into the forest but every time I go in it smells like skunk.” – ELLA, 8.5 (pre-marijuana conversation)