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Our 5 Favorite Easter Eggs

Posted on March 31, 2015 by Stacy Harbert | 0 Comments

Easter is less than a week away, and we wanted to take a minute to focus on one of the most recognize symbols of the holiday - the Easter egg. We chose our 5 favorite, somewhat non-traditional Easter eggs to share with you.

Precious Gem Egg
I mean, we couldn’t leave our own egg off the list, could we? An egg with a gemstone inside is just too good to pass up! Even better, an egg with a $750 blue diamond inside! Plus, there’s some extra goodies inside the egg that make it that much more fun. Get yours here!

Bouncy Egg
So, this is a little bit of a science experiment, but it’s so easy, and makes a good prank, too! Put a regular old uncooked egg in a tupperware container. Fill the container with vinegar until the egg is submerged. Cover and leave somewhere safe out of the sun for a couple days until the shell dissolves. Remove the egg and rinse in cold water. Wait for the egg to dry, and then bounce away!

Chocolate & Candy Eggs
Listen, we love good old fashioned chicken eggs here, and we know deviled eggs have a special place in many people’s Easter Sunday menus. But, this time of year, we’ve got to take full advantage of the chocolate candy variety on the shelves. Cadbury, Reese’s Eggs, Robin Eggs, and just good old fashioned milk chocolate eggs. We can’t get enough!

Jell-O Egg
We know most people either love Jell-o or they hate it, but to us, it couldn’t be left off of an Easter egg list. The giant, colorful, jiggly eggs will always have a special place in our hearts when it comes to Easter.

Metallic –Dipped Easter Eggs
Because we love sparkly things, we had to have these metallic-dipped eggs on the list. Dye your eggs the colors of your choosing, and once they’re dry, use metallic paint pens to draw on designs like polka dots, chevron, stripes, and more!

What’s your favorite type of Easter egg?


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