By Angelique D’Alessandro
Assistant Online Editor
Multi color modeling clay
Wooden roller (optional)
Decorative plastic cup or small basket
Any small, decorative Easter themed items (i.e chick or rabbit toy) Colorful mesh material or plastic grass
For those who don’t want to use actual eggs on Easter but still want to participate in Easter crafting, this is an easy, vegan way to “dye eggs.” First, use the modeling clay to mold an egg. Using a light color clay as the base, slowly build on it to form an egg-like shape. Then, thinly roll out the colored clay and press the edges of the colorful clays together. This will create the appearance of dipping the egg into colored water. Often, dip dying an egg leads to the colors running together.
Finally, display your egg in a decorative Easter scene.
For example, the photo features a cup and small chick as a display.
There is no limit to the number of eggs to make; the scene can also be created in an Easter basket.