We have been playing around with Easter eggs and decided to use nature to dye our eggs; one of my favourite ones being red cabbage.
We cut up some cabbage, placed it in water and allowed it to boil. We then placed the eggs in the boiling water.
It was a fun experiment for the kiddies as they all thought the purple water would turn the eggs purple, but instead…
I have also been playing with some beautiful Crafty Secret Stamps and will tell you more about this particular egg and how I did it on my next post….don’t you just love it?
So here I sit on the last day of Spring break wishing to turn back time and yet I am also looking forward to getting back to finishing various projects that have taken a back seat this week.
Before I go, I wanted to thank you one more time for stopping by and wish you a beautiful weekend.
ps – I finally got to watch The Help last night while Hubby took the kids out for a few hours. I know I’m probably the last one to see it, but I liked it so much, so it was worth the wait 🙂
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