Hurry Hard and get crafting to celebrate Easter in curling style. These easy-to-make curling rock Easter eggs will bring your favourite sport to the table as (delicious) seasonal decor.
Start by boiling your eggs to the desired hardness (learn the secret to hard-boiling eggs from our partners at Egg Farmers of Ontario).
Once you have boiled your eggs, remove from water and let cool.
Instructions for Using Egg Dyes:
To complete the eggs using dyes, follow the dye instructions and dip the eggs approximately ⅓ of the way into the dye, removing after suggested timeframe.
After removing from the dye, place eggs in a holder to let dry.
Instructions for Using Crayons:
To complete with crayons, colour in the top ⅓ of each egg.
After eggs are coloured (using dyes or crayons), cut out handle shapes (L) from the corresponding pieces of card stock or construction paper.
Using a glue gun, place a small amount of glue on the base of the handle, attaching the handle to the coloured top of the egg. Hold in place and let glue dry.
Always ask for adult help before using scissors or a hot glue gun.