By using this 'Fabulous K' holiday craft, individuals can happily reenforce the fact that decorating Easter eggs is not just for children. The decorating of eggs has become a long-held tradition in Europe and Canada during the month of April. (It also serves as a way to distract the kids long enough to hide the Easter eggs and candy in the backyard.)
Through mixing pink and gold paints, these eggs give off an air of elegance and sophistication. Simply dip half the egg in a mixture of red and pink Easter egg dye and the other half in non-toxic gold paint. Be sure to let them dry overnight, so that they can be shown off at your big holiday family dinner.
DIY Dipped Easter Eggs
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