My sister-in-law and I decided to whip up these beauties the other day. Our Easter table is now fully decorated and ready with pastel-colored, farm-fresh eggs…and their cement counterparts to spice things up!

Enjoy this DIY Tutorial on how to make them.

♥ Happy Easter! ♥

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Supplies:
1 lb box of Rockite Expansion Cement (makes approx 6-8 eggs depending on their size)
Plastic container
Plastic Spoons or Wooden Sticks to use as mixers
6-8 drained Eggs
Craft knife/Razor blade
Egg crate or Wooden Egg holder
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1. Drain all your eggs by poking a small hole into the top of the egg. Peel away a small opening (almost the size of a dime), to make it easier to pour the cement into. (We recommend you save the yolks and egg whites in the fridge so you can make a breakfast quiche or scramble the next morning. ;))

2. Prop up your eggs inside an egg crate (or use the same fancy one we did!) with the openings facing up.

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3. Pour approximately 1/4 cup (enough for 1 egg) of the Rockite Cement into your plastic container and add 1 Tbs of water. Begin mixing your cement, adding 1 Tbs of water at a time until you achieve a honey-like consistency. (I believe it only took 2 Tbs of water total for this 1/4 cup).

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4. Within ten minutes of mixing the cement, pour the mixture very slowly, into the openings of your eggs. Stop one or two drops before the top, or a 1/2″ below the top, to create a flat bottom so your eggs can stand up if you wish. Set outside, or in a well ventilated area, for 1 hour to dry.

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5. After 1 hour, use your crafting knife (or razor blade) to carefully peel off the shells. This might take some time and patience, though peeling them under running water helps.

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6. Once the eggs are dry from the extra water, display them in bowls, on your table, or in an egg holder. You did it!

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