Almost. Dyed eggs, move aside. There’s a new Easter craft in town: painted marshmallows. Perfect for a centerpiece, as springtime decor, or just for a beautifully sweet snack, you and your kids will love decorating marshmallows in pretty springtime colors.
How to Do It:
To achieve your watercolor marshmallows, start by adding a few drops of food coloring to bowls of water. And just like the artist that you are, dip your marshmallows in the water and have fun! We played around with shapes by dipping the mallows in different angles, and by dunking some in whole. If your marshmallows aren’t turning the exact shade you’d like, keep adding food coloring to the water. Just note that if you leave your marshmallows in the water too long that they can become sticky and start to fall apart.
Once your mallows are ready, display them on a crisp white plate as a pretty conversation (or Instagram) piece. Even better: These are totally edible.
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