This year we tried something new with our egg dying - dots!
I'm sure it's been done before, but I had the idea to stick circle stickers on our eggs, hoping that the sticker would block the dye from seeping underneath & create polka dots once we peeled them off. I kind of worked.
The stickers blocked the dye for the most part, although some of them did fall off once they were in the colored water/vinegar mixture. The biggest issue was in taking the stickers off the eggs. A couple of tips: f you did it too soon, the sticky backs of the stickers stayed on the egg instead of peeling off. If you left the stickers on too long, they were really hard to peel off. If we waited a few minutes (so the sticker was still a little damp) it seemed like they still came off easily enough, but didn't leave much sticky goo on the egg.
It was super simple, Grady had fun with it, & I think they turned out pretty darn cute - winner!
Start with prep: I laid down some paper on our table, and set out the stickers, eggs, & dye first.
Next, we "dotted" all of our eggs, dunked them in the dye for a couple of minutes, dried them with a paper towel, waited a few minutes, & peeled all of the stickers off.
Some of us "accidentally" cracked the eggs so they could eat them. I won't name any names, but you know who you are...& I have a feeling it wasn't 100% accidental.
Pretty darn cute, no?!
I have a feeling we'll be doing this again!!!