How to Decorate Polka Dot Eggs
Get ready to take your Easter game to a whole new level with these egg-citing decorating ideas!
12 Hard-boiled Dakota Layers eggs, in shell
Small plastic containers/bowls, for dying eggs
Egg dye, various colors, tablets or droplets
Wire egg dipper
Acrylic paint, various colors
Pencil with an eraser
Drop one egg dye tablet in each plastic container/bowl.
fill each container with about 1 teaspoon of white vinegar and ½ cup of water. follow instructions on egg dye kit, in case of different measurements. wait until tablets completely dissolve.
Dip a hard-boiled egg in dye of your choice with egg dipper. let egg stand in dye for several (up to 10) minutes, depending on desired color.
Lift egg out of dye and place on paper towel to drain excess dye. transfer to an upright position to finish drying.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all eggs are dyed in various colors.
Squeeze several drops of acrylic paint (various colors) into jar lids.
Dip eraser end of a pencil in paint.
Hold egg and press eraser lightly on egg to form a dot.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 until all eggs are covered with polka dots. Let eggs dry.
Holding your egg and applying the dots at the same time can be difficult, so make yourself a little stand to hold up your egg while applying the dots. To make a stand, turn a paper cup upside down and cut a hole in the bottom. Place the egg in the hole and dot away!
Food safety precaution: If you’re eggcited to eat your eggs, make sure to use edible dye and acrylic paint. You can find edible paint at locations at mass retailers and on sites like Sugarprism
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