Shaving Cream Easter Eggs

This is probably the most fun I have ever had dyeing Easter eggs.  It was messy, but no where near as messy as regular egg dye. The colors didn’t come out to bright, but you might want to leave the shaving cream on overnight  (making sure it is covered ). Food coloring will stain your skin if the shaving cream gets on your skin, you might want to wear gloves.

What you need:

Tray to work on

hard boiled eggs

food color

shaving cream

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Step 1:  Spread your shaving cream all over your tray.

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and get daddy

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Step 2: add your food color

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Step 3: Spread your food color out using a fork

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Step 4: ADD YOUR EGGS AND ROLL!

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We left the eggs in the shaving cream for about 3 hours.  You can leave the on over night but I would cover the tray if you decided to do that.

Step 5: Wipe off  with a paper towel.  Enjoy your Easter eggs

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2 responses to “Shaving Cream Easter Eggs

    • They are still edible since the shaving cream was only on shell. I hope you have a great time trying this technique out! I would love to hear how it went afterwards.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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