Thursday, April 21, 2011

Easter Egg Tutorial

I have had tons of requests for this -- so I made a quick tutorial. Let me know if you have any questions.
Collect ties. All ties must be 100% silk.... Thrift stores always have a great funky selection.

Cut up pieces of cotton. We used an old bedsheet.

Cut ties and take apart. Wrap egg in tie and cut tie. We usually get about 3-4 eggs out of 1 tie.
Wrap RAW EGG in silk (print side facing egg) and then cotton. Secure with rubber band or twist tie.

Put eggs in Enamel or Glass pot. Fill with water to completely cover eggs.

Add 3 TBS of vinegar to water.

Bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer 30-40min.

Run eggs under cold water until cool.

Once cooled-- unwrap and enjoy! If desired- rub with veggie oil on paper towel to make eggs shiney.

Our 2011 Easter Eggs


Ashley said...

Those are awesome! I am so doing some next year!

The Bradley's said...

So cool! It makes me want to do it all over again with my nieces and nephews! I'm going to try this next year!

A sense of humor with a side of toast said...

Amazing, I've never seen anything like em. I have an Easter post for tomorrow and am disappointed in myself for not knowing about these sooner!

Wanda said...

This egg idea looks awesome, thanks for the detailed instructions.

Wanda said...

This egg idea looks awesome, thanks for the detailed instructions.

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Shawna said...

These look awesome! I was just wondering if the eggs are still edible after being boiled with the vinegar, or if their taste is affected at all?