If kids stop by and you need a quick and easy project that's done with supplies you already have around the house, here's a less messy way to color Easter eggs. All you'll need are eggs, markers, water. Instead of the mess that comes with "Dipping" Easter eggs, color them with watercolor markers.
To begin, they can draw a design or name on their egg with a white or colored crayon. Next have your kids draw or scribble on their eggs with the watercolor markers. To have even more fun, they can blend these colors together by using plain water and spraying, dripping or painting the colored eggs with the plain water. I like to take an old toothbrush that's been dipped into water and "splatter" my colored egg... This "water-blending" is what really makes the eggs look special!
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