If you love the look of colorful Easter egg designs but don't have a ton of time to make them, try this quick and easy idea! Using basic permanent markers in a variety of colors, you can create beautiful Sharpie Doodle Easter Eggs in under an hour!
The 2014 Easter Basket Tour is Here! Looking for gifts for your family's Easter baskets? Check out these basket ideas, which use second-hand treasures, locally-found items, and fun Catholic fiction from Chesterton Press!
Rubber Cement Dyed Eggs: DIRECTIONS Drizzle hard-boiled eggs with rubber cement. Get it good and drizzled. Let the rubber cement dry. Once the rubber cement is dry, dye them as usual. Once they& dry, rub off the rubber cement.