Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Sparkly Easter Eggs & Other Easter Activities

We dyed some eggs this week & it was a lot of fun! I found a sparkly egg dying kit- perfect for a couple of girls like mine ;) They look great, but you can't touch them much or the sparkles come off ;)


The process involved dying the eggs normally, letting them dry, then putting them in some liquid stuff that was sticky (then blowing on it- hence the pic. of Ken & the girls ;) and dipping the egg in sparkles.


I'm so glad Ken got a shot of me with the girls!

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Here are some other fun things we've done for Easter that you might like to try this week:

Bunny Bubbles


Easter Finger Puppets


Easter Story Egg Hunt


Printable Egg Games


You've Been Egged!


Easter Egg Reading Hunt


Paper Doll Bunny


Easter Story Egg Countdown


13 comments:

  1. Do you think the liquid sticky stuff was ... I dunno ... glue? ha ha ha

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  2. haha Tami :)
    It was the consistency of water, so it seemed wrong to call it glue. :)

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  3. too cute! Love the picture of them blowing on the egg. Adorable.

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  4. Love all your projects!! You are such a fun mom!!! Love the pictures!

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  5. Nice pictures, and thanks for the activities :)

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  6. Super cute pictures! Love the sparkly eggs. :)

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  7. What great memories :) Fun that the whole family got in on the process!

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  8. That looks like so much fun!!

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  9. Love all those projects. Adorable photos! I have two nieces that love anything with sparkles!!!! I will look for these :)

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  10. What fun for you daughters! Projects like these are what they will forever remember.

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  11. You are such a fun mom!! I cant wait for to dye eggs for Easter with my little guy... but last night I made a grown up version of Easter eggs. I'm posting about it tomorrow. :) Happy Easter!

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  12. Oh my...what great ideas! I must use these.

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