We did it! We finally had a chance to dye our eggs. A day late, but still a lot of fun! I used a natural dye set instead of making my own dyes this year. It really worked great. The colors were more vibrant than in years past. I also purchased a foil kit on a whim. My toddler is only 2, but with constant supervision and help he enjoyed using the set. I would help him place the sticky shapes and we would rub the foil together. He enjoyed peeling the foil off quite a bit! I also decorated a few of the eggs with a gold marker, which is super easy and can be as easy or complicated as you want.
After dyeing and decorating the eggs, we placed some on the centerpiece I had made for the Egg Dyeing Breakfast Party. This is what I had intended. It completed my “egg hunt” concept for my Easter tablescape.