See how easy and fun it is to dye eggs for Easter with shaving cream and food c
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Dying Easter Eggs is one of my favorite parts of Easter. I love when crafting is a part of the holiday tradition!
Today I am going to share how easy it is to dye your Easter Eggs with shaving cream and food coloring. I wouldn’t recommend you do this to eggs that you want to eat, but you could use this same technique with cool whip, and then they would totally be safe to eat!
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How to Dye Eggs for Easter with Shaving Cream and Food Coloring
Begin with the containers you are going to use. You really can sue just about anything. I have seen cupcake tins used as well as cake pans. You just want something big enough to hold your eggs and give you a little bit of stir room. I used plastic food containers.
Fill the container with foam shaving cream. Any brand will work and remember to substitute cool whip for the eggs to be edible after dying.
Add drops of the food coloring to the shaving cream. Add as much or as little as you like, but don’t stir yet.
Carefully place the hard boiled eggs into the mixture.
Now you can stir. I used a popsicle stick but a simple spoon will work too. Don’t worry, the food coloring won’t stain the spoon or the plastic container.
Set the containers aside and leave them for at least 10 minutes.
When the time is up, rinse the eggs under cold water.
The array of colors you will end up with are beautiful! It’s fun to see each egg revealed as you clean them under the water.
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