Easter Egg decorating seems to have taken on a new meaning these days. It’s not just about dip and dye but creating an edible artform! You can style your eggs with shapes, patterns or by infusing color with plant based dyes.
This year we dyed our eggs with the Glob paint pigments sold in the shop. If you are looking to achieve a bold color, this natural process takes a bit longer. The kids actually preferred to paint the color on with a brush. The next time we might actually use the muffin tin and let them soak a while.
Overall we liked the muted colors the plant based pigments produced. They coordinated nicely with our vintage Easter theme!
We have also been collecting some fabulous ideas on our Pinterest board and with Easter so close we thought this would be a perfect time to share our favorites. Believe it or not, each of these ideas can be done with relative ease assuming you know the secrets to success!