crafting for Easter with the children
Originally posted on darnsexysecondhand:
With barely any materials needed, this is a great activity to keep little hands busy and bring a little Easter flair into your house.
Plus, they’re so fun and easy to make – the anticipation of peeling of the wax and unveiling the dazzling design is quite addictive!
I used dark brown chicken eggs, but you may want to track down duck eggs in Asian supermarkets if you want your colours vivid. And remember, anywhere you drip wax will resist colour!
If you are making this particular craft with young children, perhaps take over when it comes time to drip wax on the egg. Or, use the wax candle as a pencil and draw on your designs.
- 3 bowls of water with a few drops of food colouring (I used blue, pink and red)
- Half a dozen eggs (about 3 per person is a good amount)
- Tapered wax…
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