Hard Boiled Eggs
Using a shallow, glass baking dish fill the bottom with Cool Whip. Then choose your colors and put in LOTS of drops. Swirl around and then place in your egg. At this point it’s time to go to town. You want to make sure EVERY part of the egg is covered in dyed Cool Whip.
Once the egg is nice and covered, pick it up gently and place it on newspaper or cardboard. The longer you leave on the dyed cool whip, the more intense the colors will be. Use a paper towel to wipe them clean & admire the most beautiful Easter eggs left behind.
Craft courtesy of astepinthejourney.com