Me and some friends decorated some eggs yesterday. The one friend decided to try something new instead of boiling the eggs. He baked the eggs on the racks in the oven. According to articles he read on the internet, they result in nicer eggs (0n the inside). They turned out rather good on the inside and outside.
The egg decorating kit that we got was a rather interesting one. It contained face parts, pipe cleaners, fuzzy hair parts, and glue. Faces were easy to apply to the colored egg. However; the pipe cleaner arms were a little harder. The glue was not making them stick to the egg. That is when we pulled out the super glue. Although this was the best decision to make, it was the worst decision to make. To make a long story short, one friend of mine went on an emergency run to Target to get finger nail polish remover. I was able to pry my fingers apart before she left on her run to Target, but I really needed to get the rest of the super glue off my hands. I really appreciated it when she returned with the nail polish remover. I rubbed the nail polish remover all over my hands and washed them several times. I still have some glue on my hands today, but hope that it wears off soon.
Word of advice…if you are going to glue hair and arms to your Easter eggs, be sure to wear plastic gloves.
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