You miiiight have noticed by now that Birchbox staffers have an ever-so-slight obsession with food—from colorful veggies and delicious smoothies to festive cookies and fun cocktails. That’s why we’ve enlisted our in-house kitchen geek Nicole to share her cooking tips every week: seasonal ingredients, nifty tools, and must-try recipes.
Skip the egg salad sandwich and try deviled eggs kicked up with capers and pimentón, a smoky Spanish paprika.
If you’re like me, you dream about decorating fanciful Easter eggs for months leading up to the holiday weekend, but then hesitate when it comes time to dye. After all, you can only take so many egg salad sandwiches once your pastel oeuvre has outworn its welcome.
But never fear. I’ve got plenty of ideas for ways to use these leftover tokens of spring—without subjecting yourself to a week’s worth of egg salad sandwiches for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Click through for five tasty recipes that you’ll use long after Easter.
DIY Glitter Easter Eggs: Birchbox Video Of The Week
There are so many amazing videos on YouTube, we have a hard time keeping up with all of them. You name it, there’s a video about it. Wondering how to turn flat, limp strands into sexy supermodel hair? There’s a video for that. Always wanted to see what a moonwalking pony would look like? There’s a video for that. That’s why we’ve decided to choose one video a week to share with you. Keep reading for this week’s pick.
We know not everyone’s celebrating Easter this sunday, but when we caught sight of these glitter eggs they were too cute to pass up! Jessie Jane from Lilyshop shared this easy DIY video to help you add some sparkle to your Easter decor. Jessie goes into a step-by-step tutorial on how to make the glitter eggs, but here are just a few tips I found to be extra helpful:
Use blown-out eggs so it’s easier to apply the glue and glitter. For a guide on how to blow out eggs, check out this video tutorial.
Apply a thin layer of glue after the initial glitter application has dried to seal everything onto the egg.
Will you be trying out this DIY? Let us know in the comments!