2. Decorate Eggs

I used to decorate and dye hard-boiled eggs with my parents literally the day before Easter, so that the eggs kept their freshness. Large white eggs are the best as they maintain the colors over traditional brown eggs. The simplest non-messy way is to decorate non-cooked eggs using wax crayons. Draw as many patterns, themes, add names as you like, and even place stickers on the eggs! Place the eggs in a large pan of boiling water and simmer them for 10 minutes. Let the eggs cool, refrigerate them and place them in your Easter basket for a centerpiece or play Easter games with them (see number 4 and 5 of this article). If you don’t feel like decorating eggs, balloons and streamers work just as well!

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