Easter is just a few weeks away, and that means it's time to start thinking about decorations and family activities. Here are some tips and advice from the Patch network:1. Buying supplies: You'll need a dozen large eggs (or however many you want), vinegar and a coloring or dye kit. Here are some retro eggs, geeky eggs and other wild ways to decorate.
2. Clean up: Make sure you wash your hands and clean the surface you'll be using. Washing up will also remove any oils from your hands that may interfere with the dye transferring to the egg shell. Also, Don’t wear anything you mind getting dye on.
TELL US: How do you decorate Easter eggs? Share your idas in the comments
5. Refrigerate: According to the American Egg Board, hard-cooked eggs should be used within one week.
More Reading from Patch:
- Being vegan doesn't mean skipping this tradition. Read more to discover an alternative to painting eggs.