Shaving Cream Dyed Easter Eggs (So fun for kids!) each kid could have their own pie tin in order to choose their colors.
I'm not sure about covering boiled eggs with shaving cream, even tho' you'd be rinsing them off then peeling them. I also know that an egg shell is porous. Another idea is to use whipped cream instead of shaving cream.
Get more creative this Easter with tons of unique and fun ways to decorate easter eggs! Kids and teens alike will love these different techniques. Leave us a comment with your favorite Easter egg decorating tutorial?
These easy shaving cream Easter eggs are just as colorful as tie dye Easter eggs, but you don't have to fuss with all those rubber bands! It's a great Easter craft for kids (big kids OR little kids!
Easter eggs- shaving cream Easter eggs via Crafty Morning
Easter Popcorn is the perfect compromise between a sweet or savory snack to enjoy while celebrating the holiday. The recipe is quite easy, and kids will enjoy helping.
An ordinary chocolate sheet cake gets transformed into an Easter garden scene with this creative recipe that is brought to life with Peeps! Bright orange and green frosting makes the carrots pop in their chocolaty "dirt" rows, while crumbled Oreos give th
Craft Easter Carrot Napkin Bundles as an adorable addition to the Easter fun this year. Preparing for an Easter celebration will be just as exciting as celebrating when you have fun Easter arts and crafts to make like these.
Another huge holiday for Norwegians is easter. Easter is all christian, and is a very important time for the people of Norway. Norwegian people like to go all out during easter, by making tons of food and sweets for family.
Create an inexpensive and easy centerpiece using food coloring and simple white flowers in bud vases. I like the idea of the colored water with maybe white roses and the colors of the water would be the colors of the wedding