|Pierce the yolk inside with a long needle to save blowing a braincell or two|
Yesterday I made a family favorite, Dutch pancakes, for breakfast...
|My kids looove when I make these Dutch Pancakes|
and today my girl's made cupcakes.
|I looooove when my kid bakes!|
so now we have a stash of eggs and we can get creative.
|Cracking open some fresh glob paint.|
In the kit there are instructions for egg coloring paints and play dough as well as a couple of cruelty-free brushes, great resealable biodegradable containers to mix up paints in and of course paint powders, 6 all natural ones, all packaged in a resealable rice paper pouch.
|glob paint kit at Little Footprints|
Light and watercoloury, the paints made for some nice effects on the eggs. Don't expect them to stain eggs like chemical pigments, it's more subtle. Sometimes we let them dry and add layers as they dry, other times we mushed colours to see what would result. All in all we are quite pleased with our eggs.
In house tests performed by me and my kid confirm that this all natural paint isn't all that yucky either. The pigments are made from vegetables and herbs so we just had to know how they tasted. The Basil Green is like spicy pesto and the Blueberry Blue is well, blueberryish. While I don't recommend eating pigments 'round here we just can't help ourselves, we are a rather curious bunch really and like to try out stuff from the shop thoroughly. Besides, we figured you'd want to know!
|A Taste Test that tickles the funny-bone.|
Have fun today and be sure to try out glob paints, they're loads of all natural fun!