Decorating Easter Eggs is a tradition that I can’t wait to do every year with Zelda! I love finding new ways to decorate eggs, and when I came across this DIY I couldn’t pass it up. While these do take a little bit of time, the colors stay so vibrant so it’s well worth the time. And the best part? You can save them for years to come! You just need Sculpey, an Exacto Knife, eggs, and a skirt pin. The first step of making these RAD eggs is to remove the yolks. Wash the eggs and then poke a hole in the top and the bottom of each egg, using a large safety pen. While you must be firm, don’t apply too much pressure or you will crack the egg. Next, blow into the top hole, so that the yolk runs out of the bottom. This process can be a little time consuming, but I promise it’s worth it!
Zelda's-Easter-Eggs Once you have all of the eggs prepared it’s time for the fun part! Roll out long cylinders of Sculpey in your choice of colors. Place them on top of each other to form a larger cylinder. Using your Exacto knife, cut thin slices of the Sculpey, this should create a polka dot pattern. Next, gently press the Sculpey onto the egg (be careful not to apply too much pressure!). If polka dots aren’t your thing, you can also wrap super thin cylinders of Sculpey around the egg to create stripes, or create a pattern of your own! After all of the eggs are decorated, place them in the oven at 250 degrees for 15 minutes. Remove them from the oven and give them to your little one!
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