Maia Chavez Larkin, Our Mother this week, shared how she tied up with her daughter, Flynn (also known as Q), in decorating Easter eggs, and we couldn’t wait to tell you.
Keep reading to find out.
Easter eggs (paschal eggs) decorated eggs are given as gifts during Eastertide. The traditional way is to use painted or dyed chicken eggs. The modern option is artificial eggs wrapped in colored foil, hard-boiled eggs, or plastic eggs full of good stuff.
Now to the M and Q Easter party:
• food dyes
• Good sharp points
• values attached
• and of course, other eggs (chicken eggs, chocolate eggs, or artificial eggs)
“First, choose your food coloring colors. If you like the color scheme, choose three colors that are similar in color (Yellow, orange, and pink work best. Blue, green, and yellow or blue, purple, and pink are some of the best combinations). That way, however, your kids prefer to immerse or mix, you still come out with amazing eggs.
Dipping with fingers is best as egg holders are much harder to handle with small hands. So we place an egg box between us at the table, and my daughter dips her eggs in the box to dry.
Then, I paint it with a sharpie and decorate it with precious stones attached to a craft shop. For the best-boiled eggs, place the cold eggs in a deep frying pan and fill them with cold water until the eggs are just soaked. Next, place the covered pan on the stove and bring the water to a boil. As soon as the water boils, turn off the heat but do not remove the pan from the hot stove.
Let the pan sit, covered, on a cooling burner for 12-15 minutes. Then, remove the pan, pour in the water, and run cold water over the eggs to stop the cooking process. The eggs will come out soft, soft, and shiny yellow with the taste of fresh egg. ”
Good luck decorating your Easter eggs!
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