Pinterest in Real Life – Tie Dye Easter Eggs
Easter is this weekend, so the family and I started to make our eggs. I like to try something different every year. This year I tackled tie-dye eggs. It's much easier than you'd expect, AND you probably already have everything you need to make them at home.
What you need:
- Paper Towels
- Rubber bands OR twisty ties
- Food coloring (I used neon, but any works)
- Spray bottle
I let my eggs dry overnight, but they say you can also put a fan on them and they will dry in about 3-4 hours.
Grab the family and head out this weekend, there are so many Easter Egg Hunts happening right here in Rochester. Here’s a list of where you can find them…