Polka Dot Easter Eggs

Polka Dot Easter Eggs

I had no clue if this was going to work but when I saw that these reinforcements and stationary stickers were on clearance I took it as a sign. I had to t least try and find out. In the end it sort of worked, we had fun, I have blue fingers and hours after the fat only one egg  has been cracked and subsequently eaten.

  1. Gather your materials. You will need some cooled hard boiled eggs, paper to protect your table ( we have some cardboard under the newspaper, stationary stickers, dye and a dye hook.  I caved and grabbed the commercial dye , I swore I was going to go au natural this year but exhaustion got the better of me.  Here is a wonderful post from Crunchy Domestic Goddess about how to dye them naturally, I bookmarked it intending to use it.  Polka Dot Easter Eggs
  2. Get everything prepped before inviting the kiddo to the table- dye is not something you want “help” with.
  3. Add your stickers. These reinforcements worked ok, but were really hard to get off once dry. Polka Dot Easter Eggs
  4. This lace pattern was my favorite. Polka Dot Easter Eggs
  5. My son wanted to make a happy face ( this was the egg that broke and turned into part of his lunch). Polka Dot Easter Eggs
  6. The circle stickers were much easier to take off.
  7. Dye your eggs. Polka Dot Easter Eggs
  8. Add in a color mixing lesson too! We added the blue to this pink after to make purple. Polka Dot Easter Eggs
  9. Let dry and remove the stickers. Some came off easily, some did not. Polka Dot Easter Eggs

Want more Easter Crafts?
Here are a few of my favorites from the past!

Fragile Egg

Bunny Ears

Hard and Soft Easter Egg

Collage Carrot

Find every one of our  Easter crafts old and new here

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  1. says

    I’ve been reading your blog for a long time…I don’t always comment (shame on me). 🙂 But, I wanted you to know I love all of your craft ideas. I homeschool my 6 year old son and I have a 4 year old as well, and I use your letter of the week crafts with my youngest while my son is practicing his reading. Thank you for sharing all of your ideas with us. I plan on trying the polka dot eggs this week! 🙂
    .-= Gina´s last blog ..Me and The City. =-.


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