Wear protective gloves and use extra thick paper towels.
Tear off a square piece of paper towel and place an egg in the centre of it. Wrap the paper towel around the egg and use a rubber band to tightly secure it in place.
Drip food colouring onto the paper towel wrapped around the egg. Try using several different colours on one egg.
Spray the paper towel with water, so the food colouring spreads out. Leave the eggs overnight to dry.
Carefully remove the paper towel pieces once they are dry, and see how beautiful your eggs are!
Make dazzling, colourful Easter eggs! You can use food colouring to dye drained eggs, and hard-boiled eggs that you will serve with your Easter meal. We used the tie-dye technique to create beautifully variegated Easter eggs. Tip! The paper towel you use to dye the eggs will also end up looking lovely - you can use it for another Easter craft, like cutting out pretty feathers.