Easter Eggs from Outer Space

This year my family decorated Easter Eggs a little differently. We decided to go with an outer space theme. So we divvied up the planets and other astrological bodies and used a combination of egg dye and paint to create the universe. All the pictures are below. Take special note of how nicely this blog post is laid out—it took me hours to do this. Sometimes Blogger is not very easy to work with. You can click on any picture to see it larger (and it’s often worth it).

The complete solar system is shown here:

Here are the individual planets in the solar system and the person who created each:

The Sun
William Krohn
Robyn Krohn
Robyn Krohn
The Earth
William Krohn
Earth Easter Egg
Bill Krohn
Mars Easter Egg
The Asteroid Belt
Sheri Krohn
Asteroid Belt Easter Egg
Bill Krohn
Jumpiter Easter Egg
Robyn Krohn
Saturn Easter Egg
Sheri Krohn
Uranus Easter Egg
Bill Krohn
Neptune Easter Egg
Bill Krohn
Pluto Easter Egg
Planet X
Robyn Krohn
Planet X Easter Egg

Here’s the earth and the moon together:

Earth System Easter Egg
I think the Earth turned out really well. It took a long time to do:

North America
Earth Western Hemisphere Easter Egg
Western Europe
Earth Atlantic Ocean Easter Egg
Earth Eastern Hemisphere Easter Egg
Pacific Ocean
Earth Pacific Ocean Easter Egg
North Pole
Earth North Pole Easter Egg
Earth Antarctica Easter Egg

My mom did the moon:

Full Moon
Full Moon Easter Egg
Quarter Moon
Quarter Moon Easter Egg
New Moon
New Moon Easter Egg

And here are the rest of the astrological bodies:

Robyn Krohn
Nebula Easter Egg
Spiral Galaxy
William Krohn
Spiral Galaxy Easter Egg
Big Dipper
Robyn Krohn
Big Dipper Easter Egg
Black Hole
Robyn Krohn
Black Hole Easter Egg
Black Hole
Robyn Krohn
Black Hole with Vortex Easter Egg
Worm Hole
Sheri Krohn
Worm Hole Easter Egg
Blue Sun
Robyn Krohn
Blue Sun Easter Egg
Haley’s Comet
Sheri Krohn
Comet Easter Egg
The Northern Lights
Bill Krohn
Northern Lights Easter Egg

In light of this year’s festivities, I now think just dying Easter Eggs is kind of boring. I still have this year’s eggs, but they probably won’t last much longer. Next year I think we’ll blow out the eggs rather than hard boil them so that we can seal them and keep them longer.