A ton of though was being put into everyone's eggs. Not only was dye available for decorating purposes, but crayons, candles (for wax), paint brushes, Q-tips, glitter, and toothpicks were brought out. So unlike any egg-dying experience I've ever had. Of course, being a craft lover, I jumped at the chance to explore my creative side.
Here are a few of the results...
A cupcake egg (with pink frosting and sprinkles)
A very surprised egg...
A globe... made dimensional with wax. (Everyone picked on Mike that this wasn't spacially accurate. Poor Mike.)
A hot air balloon complete with people (Uncle Will had fun!)
And finally, everyone's finished products. Fifty nine eggs in all!