Good Eggs

Author: Kirsten K., Crafts, Holidays

Good Eggs 1Spring has officially arrived and Easter is one week from today, so the time draws nigh when I must dye! No, I’m not starring in an all-female Passion Play, I am speaking of Easter eggs, those colorful capsules that—in a just world—contain chocolate and jelly beans, but, more likely, encase your breakfast or lunch for the next week or so.

When it comes to decorating for the holidays, I’m a traditionalist who likes to stick with the tried-and-true, but I am not a fan of hard-boiled eggs, nor do I relish blowing slimy innards out of a shell (a task I enjoy about as much as hollowing out pumpkins for carving at Halloween). The solution: EggNots.

Good Eggs 2EggNots are ceramic egg alternatives that look, feel, and dye just like real eggs, but are perfect for vegans, those with egg allergies, and lazy people with strange hang-ups (ahem). They are ready to use right out of the carton—no boiling, blowing out, or patching holes required.

I like to scatter a table or fill a bowl with solid-colored eggs in a variety of springtime pastels, but the blank white canvas of these ceramic spheroids inspires a plethora of creative ideas, so don’t put all your EggNots in one Easter basket. You can decorate eggs for any season or reason and use the company’s egg hangers to display your artistry.

If you’re stressed about Easter or springtime decorating, don’t lay an egg. Give yourself—and the hens—a break and crack open a carton of EggNots.

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