Use KOOL-AIDE TO DYE EGGS your kitchen will smell fruity instead of like vinegar. Your eggs will be brighter, and the whole project will be cheaper. Here is how:you can be happy with your Easter egg dying experience because it is about to get even better.
From a cardboard egg carton, cut a cup that's about inch deep. Cut a piece of a cardboard tube for a brim, as shown. Use glue dots to attach the brim to the carton and to add a felt hatband. If you like, wrap a piece of bandanna around the egg's base.
Melted Crayon Eggs - 30 Minutes or less When the most humble of art supplies meets the shell of a just-boiled egg, the crayon wax softens, and the colors swirl together in a magical way. The results are fast, fun, and gorgeous.