Dyeing and decorating Easter eggs is such a fun, family tradition! Now that my little ones are getting older, it’s something we all look forward to even more!
When I grew up, we would dye Easter eggs in water and food coloring, but these days there are so many creative twists on this tradition!
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How beautiful are these dyed easter eggs? This natural twist is perfect for decorating the table for your Easter meal
This tutorial uses blueberries to dye the eggs.
You can also get a natural egg dye kit to create natural looking eggs while taking out the guesswork!
2. Whipped Cream
This tutorial uses either whipped cream or shaving cream – and truly, it’s one of the easiest way to dye Easter eggs.
You can also turn it into a bit of a sensory activity for your little ones!
Did you know you can use Kool-Aid to eye your Easter eggs bright, fun colors? This tutorial is the perfect way to get started.
Grab a variety pack of Kool-Aid and see how vibrant it makes your eggs, without any need of food coloring!
4. Natural Easter Eggs
Even more options for dyeing Easter eggs with natural ingredients. I love how beautiful these always turn out. This awesome article over at Delish has all the details.
I’ve use this natural egg dye kit to simplify the process!
5. Water Marbled
This is such a fun twist on dyeing Easter eggs. I love how marbled eggs look when they’re finished. Read the full tutorial here.
You can also get a marbled egg dying kit to make the process even easier!
6. Tissue Paper Transfer Easter Eggs
Another way to dye eggs is to use tissue paper to transfer the color onto the Easter eggs. This is a fun activity for the kids. Check out the tutorial!
7. Rice Shaker Speckled Eggs
Okay, this one may be the absolute easiest way to dye Easter eggs – and possibly the most fun!
You use a bag of rice and shake the eggs until they’re fully covered. I know my kids will love this one!
This is my favorite food coloring set I use for egg dying and all our crafts at home!
8. Tie Dye
How awesome are these tie dyed eggs? These are so much fun!
You can also get a tie dye egg kit to simplify the process a bit.
9. Glittery Dot Easter Eggs
This is a fun little twist on the traditional Easter egg dyeing. I love these glittery little dots. It’s such a fun project to do with the kids!
How do you decorate and dye Easter eggs? Let us know in the comments!