How to Blow-out an Egg for decorating Easter eggs Recipe

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30 mins (prep 30)
2 ingredients
Blowing -out the inside of an egg before decorating can be a daunting task even for grown-ups. Here's some kid-friendly kitchen tips to make this most unique Easter decoartion become a tradition in your family. 1.When working with a group of children, have at least 1-2 blown-out eggs per child cleaned, ready and waiting to decorate. 2.*Cut egg cartons into individual compartments so each child has one of their own container to hold their egg. 3.Allow the kids to proceed with the instructions and blow-out their own egg/s first. The eggs the kids have blown can be drying while they are actually decorating the already “prepped” and blown-out eggs. The eggs they prepared may be decorated after they have dried ( 10- 15 minutes) later. 4.Have the kids hand-paint the eggs using food colors and Q-tips.

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  • eggs in an egg carton
  • straight pin or tapestry needle
  • teaspoon (from your silverware, not for measuring)
  • wooden skewers
  • a small bowl or disposable container
  • drinking straws