Roll your eggs in the mixture. First spoon the whipped topping into a baking dish.
Food coloring — either gel or regular.
Marbled Paper With Cool Whip. All you need is boiled eggs vinegar Cool Whip and food coloring. So um like I said the first this is the first one that we did that really cool blue which is really nice. With your palette ready lets paint.
No one wants to waste the opportunity to make something cool once you have already made a mess. Heres how to make an Easter surprise cake. How to Dye Eggs with Cool Whip.
Gently lift the paper off the shaving cream from one corner. This will help the dye to adhere to the shell. Use a stick or knife to swirl the food coloring into the whipped cream.
For our friends outside of the US and Canada Cool Whip is just a form of whipped cream. Add drops of food coloring dyes on top of the Cool Whip then drag a toothpick through. Place the paper tape side up onto the shaving cream.
Spread Cool Whip in a pan. Use your fingers to gently press down the paper so that as much of it makes contact with the shaving cream as possible. Transfer 1 tub of Cool Whip into a large baking dish.
First hard boil the eggs. Place right on top of shaving cream or Cool Whip. Repeat with 10 more drops of each remaining color.
Put on the gloves and place one egg in each muffin cup. Use a spatula to smear a thin layer of whipped cream or cool whip onto your plate or wax paper. After you roll the eggs get a 4 x 6 white paper.
Um but using the shaving cream it allows us to transfer that color in a fixed position and then when it sits on the paper it dyes the paper and we can pull the whipped cream off and it reveals that marbled color that we have. It just has to be deep enough to cover the eggs. Roll the egg around in the whipped cream until it is fully covered.
Then open the tub and use a spoon to transfer the Cool Whip. Edit Steps Edit Marbleizing the Cool Whip. Youll notice the fun marbled effect design already taking hold.
How about with Cool Whip. How to marble paper using shaving cream or cool whip mixture after eggs. Soak your eggs in vinegar for about 5 minutes.
Baking dish or casserole. I have a binder full of ideas and this is one I pulled out a while ago when we were making our marbled Valentine hearts with shaving creamThe kids had a blast the first time we did it and I wanted to make the cover for our kids art and activities binder for this school year. Put drops of food coloring all over the Cool Whip.
Spoon the Cool Whip into the casserole dish and spread evenly with a spatula. Then roll the egg through the mixture. Scoop enough Cool Whip into the container to coat the bottom by about 2-3 inches.
Place a glob of cool whip on your surface and add a few drops of food coloring. While your eggs are boiling lay down some parchment paper wax paper or protective table cloth to. 8-10 drops of 3 different food colorings.
How to Dye Eggs with Cool Whip. Get a baking dish that is large enough for all of the Cool Whip and 12 eggs to fit into. Lay a paper towel over a piece of wax paper and starting on one end roll the whipped topping off your marshmallow onto the paper towel.
Place it onto a paper towel. Take an egg and roll it through the dye. This multicolored bed of dyed whipped topping will be like your paint palette where creativity thrives.
This marbled paper craft is one I learned was when I was taking my art education class back in college. Use a toothpick to swirl and mix the colors as you like. Spread the whipped topping evenly in the dish.
Below is a photo of what our food color patterns looked like to achieve each marbled effect. You can still do this same process using whipped cream instead. You dont want the paper to sit for too long as it will start to get too wet.
Using toothpicks create a design in the whipped cream. Set aside on wax paper and allow to sit for a bit to soak in the color. These marbleized papers would make great Easter cards or even place cards for your dinner.
Smooth down the Cool Whip with a spatula or the serving spoon. 1 tub of Cool Whip. Allow the eggs to sit in the whipped cream for at least 15 minutes.
You dont want it too deep or it will dilute the dye. This is what youll be dipping the macarons in. Put about 10 drops of food coloring onto the Cool Whip.
Soak your eggs in vinegar for two minutes then drain. Roll a marshmallow into the swirled mix until it is completely covered in marbled topping. Cool Whip or any brand of whipped topping.
I use a 9 x 13 baking pan but any deep dish will work. What is Cool Whip.