Sunday, April 2, 2017

Fish for Easter Eggs {Practical Mondays #53}



This was a full 30 minutes of fun. Putting the egg & bunny shaped foam cut outs we decorated last week (with xmas decorations! whatever!) to further use. Punched a hole in each, tossed them into his messy sensory bin (it is *still* messy from the Where’s Waldo Activity!), to be fished out with a wire bent as a hook at the end.


Yeah, 30 minutes of fun!


Fish for Easter Eggs, Keep kids Busy with Practical Mom
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How to Make Natural Egg Dye in 5 Simple Steps


Have you tried dyeing eggs? We had, and it was a DIY FAIL! 
Anyways, here’s an excellent Tutorial by Personal Creations to do it naturally. 

See how you can use paprika, coffee, frozen blueberries, apple skins
onions skins and more for deletable Easter Eggs! 


Natural Egg Dye [Keep Kids Busy with Practical Mom]


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15 comments:

  1. Enjoy these weeks leading up to our celebration of the resurrection!

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  2. I love the egg dye eggs especially the grape juice ones. They are all so pretty! You have some really nice ideas here, I wish I was this creative. Claire x #MarvMondays

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    1. I could probably do the grape juice ones- IF i don't eat them all first ;)

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  3. I love how you used Christmas decorations for those eggs! That's so up my alley!

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  4. Thanks for hosting! What pretty eggs. :)

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  5. I love any activity that can occupy them for 30 minutes!

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  6. I can not believe it is already egg dying season! This year has flown by!

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  7. Oh what a fab activity! I've been looking for things to do with my daughter over Easter as she's recently got into crafts :) Thanks for linking up to #dreamteam x

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  8. What a fun activity! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  9. Popping back from #Trash2Treasure, the egg fishing sounds a great reuse of some preexisitng activities. Great when you can reuse things like this. Thanks for sharing

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  10. It is amazing how something so simple keeps them amused for a lot longer than you thought. #Trash2Treasure
    Love the natural egg dyes. #Trash2Treasure

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  11. Great, great way to go - this is a great news.

    Aborcja Londyn

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