I know you are really just looking at this post because you want to see 7 creative ways to dye Easter eggs. So, I’ll try not to bore you with historical facts about how the early Christians of Mesopotamia dyed eggs red to remind them of the blood of Christ. Oops! I just did!
Reminders of the cross are all around us, including in the humble Easter egg. The hard shell symbolizes the burial tomb of Christ. An egg on its own seems lifeless, but from it can spring a new life. It’s a beautiful picture of the resurrection and also the work that God can do in our own hearts when we receive salvation.
So, as you make your gorgeous dyed eggs this Easter weekend remember to celebrate our risen Savior, Jesus Christ!
Bonus Mom Tip: Use a Wire Whisk