Skip the boiled eggs and dye this year and create unique Easter eggs like you’ve never done before. Thanks to supplies found around your house, these colorful and vibrant eggs will let your creativity shine as you get ready for Easter.
- Aluminum foil
- Sharpie markers
- Cut out an egg shape from your cardboard. It can be an egg of any size you prefer.
- Tear a piece of aluminum foil slightly larger than your cardboard egg. Lay the cardboard egg on top of the foil, then fold the foil over the edges of the egg tightly. If you have too much foil, feel free to trim slightly before you wrap it over the edge.
- The front of the egg should have a flat foil surface. Use the Sharpie markers to create designs with lines, circles or patterns all over the egg.
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