Sunday, April 8, 2012

Making Easter Eggs For Easter Egg Hunting Game Tradition

Easter Sunday is here and Christians all over the world is celebrating this day through the long-carried tradition of doing Easter egg hunts.

That's why lately, a lot of people are looking for ways on how to make an Easter egg and get sample egg decorations which they can do.

To join the celebration, we're giving you today a short feature story on how to make Easter eggs, which is quite simple and easy to do.

The very first question that many ask is how do you make hard-boiled eggs and for long should you boil an egg? The answer is you should heat water first and when it finally comes to a boil, add the egg and let it be in the boiling pot for 15 minutes.

After you've successfully boiled some eggs, then it's time for you to prepare some food coloring and paint so you can decorate the shell and make it into an Easter egg.

We do recommend that you use food coloring because it's non-toxic for kids. Just apply several coats of it to make the colors more vivid.

The easiest design you can do are simple lines and circles. Just vary the colors to make it unique. Alternatively, it's also an option to tie colorful ribbons around it.

That's it for our Easter Egg feature and we wish everyone a Happy Easter!