At an art inspired Easter Party you have to dye eggs! Change things up a little by having your guests paint Easter eggs instead of dipping them. It helps keep the mess down, but also lets kids have all the fun of painting. Use food coloring to make the paints (which also makes these eggs perfectly safe to peel and eat).
You Will Need: food coloring, white vinegar, paint tray, new and cleaned paint brushes.
Directions: Drop a small drop of food coloring into a cleaned paint tray. Add a teaspoon of vinegar. Mix. Paint the eggs with a cleaned paint brush. It is fun to paint patterns, letters, pictures, and abstract art onto the eggs! Painted Easter eggs are a cool activity for kids to explore and enjoy.
To help your little artists paint, make a quick and easy egg stand by wrapping a pipe cleaner around a few of your fingers. Slip the pipe cleaner off your fingers and stand your egg in the middle.