Tuesday, March 30, 2010

To all my Easter Egging Friends

 I found this on Lori Tanner's blog and thought it was too good not to share!
I haven't tried this, but I don't see why it wouldn't work. 



 Here it is: 
"I love my Family Fun magazine. This months issue had a great idea in it to help little ones color their Easter eggs without having to use a spoon or those little wire dipping tools that comes with the kit. Use a wire whisk instead! Just slip the egg between the wires, and your egg is nestled in a safe basket of wires! Less chance of breaking the egg as you dip it into your cup!"

10 comments:

Kris said...

Oh my goodness! That is absolutely BRILLIANT! Can I share this on my blog, too? ;)

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

Cute idea. I have always wondered what you use a wire whisk for.

Dad and Susan said...

Great idea! I think you can get a wire whisk at the dollar store too. So it's economical as well as handy! Love, Dad and Susan

Sue said...

GREAT idea!

=)

Lisa said...

Man...where were these good ideas when I had 5 under tow...? Brilliant minds out there in Motherhood Land!

Chris Bliss said...

Jill- I just wanted to thank you for all your sweet comments on my blog. Thank you!
xoxo
-Ashley

Eileen said...

Thanks for this tip, Jill! We'll be dying eggs Saturday, so this will be a big help. It always seems like such a mess!

I always seem to be playing 'catch-up' here, I hate to miss a post!
I love the new look of your blog, and I love the pictures on the sidebar! Great job!

Leland Mach sounds like he was a wonderful man, and such a Blessing to have had him in your lives! I really enjoyed hearing about his sense of humor and his Faith.

I so enjoyed the stories of your grandmother and all the accompanying pictures! She was an amazing woman! And I love how you appreciate that. Her silhouette is priceless, you are lucky to have that treasure along with treasured memories.

Welcome Home to Colt! That was a great post and it was so wonderful to see so many family members at the airport to greet him home, and then on to a celebration party!

McKay seems like a great teacher! And, Jill, I had to go to summer school for Algebra too! Only I still didn't pass! I then had to drop both Math and Science (and I loved Science) to take 'business' courses as it had "Business Math" and Bookkeeping and those I was able to pass and get enough credits to graduate. My mind just doesn't work with Algebra, you might as well be speaking Greek to me! I don't think even a teacher as good as McKay could have helped me!

Tyler's article was amazing! I loved it, and I loved how he followed your advice about dating for a year and getting to know Karen. I'm so happy everything worked out for them, it seemed like a wonderful path they trod together, and I think the ups and downs make it so much more meaningful.

I hope you and your family have a very joyous, Blessed Easter, Jill!

(Sorry to take up so much space with my comments!)

All the best to you,
with love and prayers,
Eileen

Eileen said...

Thanks for this tip, Jill! We'll be dying eggs Saturday, so this will be a big help. It always seems like such a mess!

I always seem to be playing 'catch-up' here, I hate to miss a post!
I love the new look of your blog, and I love the pictures on the sidebar! Great job!

Leland Mach sounds like he was a wonderful man, and such a Blessing to have had him in your lives! I really enjoyed hearing about his sense of humor and his Faith.

I so enjoyed the stories of your grandmother and all the accompanying pictures! She was an amazing woman! And I love how you appreciate that. Her silhouette is priceless, you are lucky to have that treasure along with treasured memories.

Welcome Home to Colt! That was a great post and it was so wonderful to see so many family members at the airport to greet him home, and then on to a celebration party!

McKay seems like a great teacher! And, Jill, I had to go to summer school for Algebra too! Only I still didn't pass! I then had to drop both Math and Science (and I loved Science) to take 'business' courses as it had "Business Math" and Bookkeeping and those I was able to pass and get enough credits to graduate. My mind just doesn't work with Algebra, you might as well be speaking Greek to me! I don't think even a teacher as good as McKay could have helped me!

Tyler's article was amazing! I loved it, and I loved how he followed your advice about dating for a year and getting to know Karen. I'm so happy everything worked out for them, it seemed like a wonderful path they trod together, and I think the ups and downs make it so much more meaningful.

I hope you and your family have a very joyous, Blessed Easter, Jill!

(Sorry to take up so much space with my comments!)

All the best to you,
with love and prayers,
Eileen

Linda Higgins said...

Oh I see that you and Eileen are also friends! How wonderful! Thank you for visiting my blog world and leaving a sweet comment! I will visit often as I try to visit other villagers friends! Great idea with the dying of eggs and wire whisk! Happy Easter! hugs and smiles!

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