If you don't want to dye your Easter eggs with the harmful commercially distributed dyes that contain many E's, we suggest you decorate your holiday eggs with candy dyes that are considered more harmless.
- Candy paint in colors of your choice
- Disposable plastic spoons
- Vessels for dissolving paint
- Tray to paint in
Take a big bowl. Mix equal parts of water and vinegar in it. Stir well. Divide the liquid into several small cups and pour the different colors into them. Boil and cool the eggs. Provide yourself with a tray on which to pour the paint over the eggs so as not to stain your kitchen. Make sloppy shapes on the eggs by pouring the paint over them using the plastic spoons.
We advise you to start with the lighter colors, gradually moving to the darker ones. This will result in a natural layering from dark to light. Roll the eggs with your fingers to spread the paint unevenly on the egg.
Note: After each watering with a certain color, let the egg dry before watering with another to achieve maximum effect and distinguish all colors.
Photos and idea: spoonforkbacon.com