|Watercolor Easter Eggs|
If you have a toddler or young child, simply dropping eggs into dye and waiting a few minutes until they are
ready to be taken out may not be engaging enough to keep their interest. This was definitely the case with my 3 year old when we were making our Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs.
She couldn’t understand why we didn’t get to actually color the eggs, and for her it seemed like an eternity waiting to take the eggs out of the dye. So we made another round of colored eggs, but this time she painted them with watercolors made of food colors and vinegar. She had so much fun, and after 2 dozen eggs she was still begging to paint more.