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Create marbled Easter eggs this Easter with an amazingly easy technique

All you need is nail polish, water and your egg

One of the most popular traditions during the Lenten Season is the Easter Egg Hunt. The Easter egg symbolizes the resurrection of Jesus Christ, as defined by the early Christians. The tradition, however, has been linked as a specific custom to the Protestant Christian Reformer Martin Luther. Regardless, this fun tradition is enjoyed by believers all over the world, especially by children. BuzzFeed has made a video to help us create fun and marbleized-looking Easter eggs with easy steps.


Catholic Online (
4/3/2017 (7 years ago)

Published in Lent / Easter

Keywords: Easter, Easter Sunday, Easter Eggs, Egg hunt, Hacks, Tips, Nail Polish, Water, Colors, Family, Kids

MUNTINLUPA, PHILIPPINES (Catholic Online) - All you need are hard-boiled eggs, nail polishes in different colors of your preference, and plastic cups filled with water. Then, drizzle nail polishes of two colors into the water, stir up to get a marbled look.

Dip the hard-boiled eggs; double dipping is fine. You'll have your Easter eggs ready with fun colors and a stylish appearance in just a few minutes -- don't forget to let them dry before you touch them.

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All you need are hardboiled eggs, nail polishes in different colors of your preference, and plastic cups filled with water.

There are a lot of different "hacks" available throughout the Internet to help you get your Easter eggs more colorful this season.

Some use Sharpie's, paint, watercolor and many arts and crafts materials to make the eggs more enjoyable. Making this Easter Sunday celebration crafty can really be in full color, depending on how you are going to celebrate one of the most important dates in Christianity.

Do it with your whole family as a way to bond, bringing the Lenten Season spirit to home. Be sure to take extra care when letting the kids make their Easter eggs creative. While the egg hunt may be the focus of your kids, help them gain more knowledge about the season and its importance as Catholics. After all, Easter Sunday would be just like any other day, if not for Jesus Christ.


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