I eat a lot of hard-boiled eggs. It’s part of my healthy eating plan. I like egg “whites”–but pinks, blues, and greens not so much.
I get the icks when I think about eating eggs that have been hidden in piles of leaves. Then I get grossed out by eggs that have tinted whites because of the dye.
Maybe it’s just me but I think a lot of eggs are wasted on Easter.
I am ashamed to say that we have only dyed eggs two times the past six years. Last year, was the first time since Pork Chop was a toddler. It was the first time my kids were old enough to ask to dye them. Easter always sneaks up on me.
This easy Easter egg idea is for the busy mom…and the mom that doesn’t like colored egg whites. It’s for the mom who’s child has a ton of temporary tattoos left over from her birthday party.
All I used were hard boiled eggs, temporary tattoos, glitter glue, and a wet washcloth.
Easy pretty no dye Easter eggs
The important thing is to make sure the eggs are VERY DRY before applying the tattoo.
Peel the plastic coating off, place the tattoo face down on the egg, press a wet washcloth to the paper backing of the tattoo for about 30 seconds (or until you get impatient like me), and then gently peel off the paper.
Smear some glitter glue on top and you are done. Really, it doesn’t get any easier than that folks!