Don't you love all the fun ways to color Easter eggs? If you are like me, I have pinned a bunch of ideas on Pinterest. This week Emery and I decided to try out the silk dyed eggs. We followed the video from Martha Stewart's website. Our eggs turned out beautifully and my daughter absolutely loved unwrapping the eggs to see the surprise colors.
Can you eat silk dyed Easter eggs? No, the dye is not food safe.
From reading several sources, leaving them on display a few days will be just fine.
Where do you get silk fabric scraps? Old silk ties, boxers or blouses. You can also check with your local fabric store to see if they have a discontinued silk fabric book like we used.
Silk Fabric Scraps
White Cotton Fabric (old sheets or undershirts)
Rubber Bands or Twist Ties
Raw Eggs (small or medium are best)