As a mom, I am always trying to find creative and fun crafts to do with Taylor. Instead of the typical Easter eggs, I thought it would be fun to do something a little different. I found these super cute emoji Easter eggs on Pinterest, and thought it would be great way to switch things up. See how you can recreate these eggs at home with your little ones!
Taylor was super "eggcited" to get started. Another thing I found on Pinterest was to use a whisk as an egg holder. This is perfect for toddlers!
What you will need:
- Solo Cups
- Whisk or Spoon
- Measuring Cup
- Sharpies or Bic Markers
- Color tablets or Food Coloring
Fill each cup with about 1/2 cup hot water, 1 teaspoon of vinegar, and 1 color tablet or 20 drops of food coloring of your choice. Let eggs sit in dye for a minimum of 5 minutes or longer depending on how deep you want the color and your patience. If you want to do more emoji faces, then I recommend dyeing majority of your eggs in yellow. Taylor enjoyed the dyeing part, and I enjoyed the drawing.
After the eggs have dried, it's time to draw! Just grab your Sharpie, and let the fun begin!
This little guy was one of my favorites. Just turn upside down, and you have yourself the cutest little alien.
These Bic permanent markers work great when you need some color!
Can't forget the poop and snapchat emojis!
Turn sideways, and you got the little turtle!
Overall, I loved this new twist on a classic tradition! Let me know if you have any fun and unique crafts you do with your kiddos around the holidays!