I've tried an array of crafty ways to decorate the eggs with my kids but now as they get older, I want to do something more mature. I've seen some eggs done with what looks like acrylic paint....is that egg still edible? I've also seen some done with melted wax and then dipped but mine did not come out that great. Any ideas aside from the kits they sell at the store?
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I color them with various dyes, some in natural browns or reds, and some in the classic easter pastel colors. then I spray paint a plastic bag on the inside with a metallic jewel color like bronze or silver and while it's wet, I place the colored egg inside and quickly wipe the egg with the wet painted bag. Quickly remove the egg and let dry, you will get a marblized effect. I love this look with naturally brown or blue eggs, and just silver on white eggs.
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