Have you ever wondered how to color Easter eggs with shaving cream? Well, I had too and so I gave it a try. What a cute way to decorate Easter eggs. Make sure you read the Note before the tutorial pictures because the first time I tried it didn’t work out! **NOTE** I don’t think you’d want to eat them after doing this, might make you sick!
Make sure you also check out my post on Easy to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs!
Note: I did the first batch with normal food coloring and only one color per bucket. I would suggest getting the NEON colored food coloring and to mix a couple colors so that it looks different than just dying them normally.
Make sure you use the shaving cream that comes out as cream (not gel) & NEON food coloring.
These were made with just one color per bowl, but I’d use a couple colors in each next time! The eggs turn out looking neat! I used a fork to swirl the colors around in the shaving cream.
Let them sit for a while (I think I waited like 30-45 minutes)
Here is a good picture of the blue and purple swirl ones I made! They turned our pretty good.
Have you made Easter eggs using shaving cream?! I have also seen these done with cool whip.
**NOTE** I don’t think you’d want to eat them after doing this, might make you sick!
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