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Since my son is such a big Avengers fan, I wanted to make him a fun Avengers Easter Basket before our city’s egg hunt this weekend. And you can’t have an Avengers Easter Basket without some fun super hero eggs, so today I’m sharing How to Make Avengers Easter Eggs.
I picked up the supplies for our Avengers Easter Basket from Walmart — they have everything you need to make a basket featuring your favorite Disney characters!
Walmart currently has a ton of toys on Rollback to help you fill your baskets with Easter goodies. I was able to find lots of Avengers stuff to include in my basket, and even a huge Avengers bucket that is the perfect size for hauling all your Egg Hunt treasures!
Didn’t the basket turn out fun? And our Avengers Easter Eggs make such a fun addition! Ready to make your own?
How to Make Avengers Easter Eggs
To make Avengers Easter Eggs, you’ll need:
4 1/2 c boiling water
5 tsp white vinegar
Liquid food coloring (green, purple, blue, yellow and red)
Black permanent marker
Mix 1/2 c boiling water and 1 tsp white vinegar into five different cups. Add food coloring to the cups to create your dyes.
Cut out pieces for each Avenger from the Painters Tape. You’ll need a mask, chest piece, and arm pieces for Iron Man; mask, Letter A, star, and wings for Captain America; eyes and belt with buckle for The Hulk.
Place the Painters Tape pieces on each egg — this will prevent dye from touching those parts of the eggs.
Submerge your Iron Man egg in the red dye for five minutes. Remove and dry off. Remove the Painters Tape except for the chest piece, then place in yellow dye for one minute. Remove and dry, then remove chest piece.
Submerge your Captain America egg in blue dye for five minutes. Remove and dry off. Take off the Painters Tape pieces. Using the paint brush, color his face with the red dye, then quickly wipe away. Repeat with the yellow dye for a skin-like tone.
Dip the bottom half of your Hulk egg in purple dye, making sure to not go past the belt. Dry off, then dip the top half in green dye. Dry again, then remove the Painters Tape. Use the paint brush to add yellow dye to his belt.
Once eggs are dry, use the permanent marker to outline the pieces, add eyes and other features.