Melted Crayon Hard Boil Egg Masterpiece by Melanie Lee Loy - Musely
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Melted Crayon Hard Boil Egg Masterpiece

posted in Various
03/31/2014
  • In looking for new and unique ways to create a little masterpiece on our eggs, my kids and I decided to use crayons instead of the traditional food coloring or store-bought dye kits. I have to tell you, the result was unexpectedly awesome! 
Supplies:
Eggs
A colorful box of crayons
    In looking for new and unique ways to create a little masterpiece on our eggs, my kids and I decided to use crayons instead of the traditional food coloring or store-bought dye kits. I have to tell you, the result was unexpectedly awesome!
    Supplies:
    Eggs
    A colorful box of crayons
  • Put the eggs in a pot and fill the pot with cold water so it covers the eggs about 1 to 2 inches.
Once the eggs come to a full boil, remove the pot from the stove and cover it for 12 minutes.
    Put the eggs in a pot and fill the pot with cold water so it covers the eggs about 1 to 2 inches.
    Once the eggs come to a full boil, remove the pot from the stove and cover it for 12 minutes.
  • Carefully remove the eggs from the pot and let them stand for about 1 to 2 minutes (the eggs will be very hot, so be sure to use tongs when removing them from the pot). Using crayons, start drawing on your eggs. Be creative.
    Carefully remove the eggs from the pot and let them stand for about 1 to 2 minutes (the eggs will be very hot, so be sure to use tongs when removing them from the pot). Using crayons, start drawing on your eggs. Be creative.
  • Because of the hot exterior of the egg, the crayon will melt on the egg's surface. Once your masterpiece is finished, gently place the egg into the original egg holder and place it in the refrigerator. After a few minutes, the eggs will be cool and can be handled and displayed as you'd like.
    Because of the hot exterior of the egg, the crayon will melt on the egg's surface. Once your masterpiece is finished, gently place the egg into the original egg holder and place it in the refrigerator. After a few minutes, the eggs will be cool and can be handled and displayed as you'd like.
  • Thanks to www.shelmows.com for the instruction Love the result and my kids love making them with me over the week end Don't forget to like before you save and share. Thanks for your support

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