Tie Dye Easter Eggs: Simple, but effeggtive (get it?!) This simple tutorial will help you be a tie dye Easter egg master. These will make your Easter egg hunt a colorful time.
These marble Easter eggs are artistic, to say the least, and also definitely doable. Tutorial here
Pokemon Easter Eggs: If your kids are Pokemon-lovers, they’ll love these eggs. Though these are probably best-suited for the advanced artists out there.
Au-Natural: If you’re looking for a more natural way to dye Easter eggs, check out the chart below for a few foods that will color your eggs naturally.
Ay, Must be the Ombre: For trendy Easter eggs you can easily execute at home, these ombre Easter eggs are perfect. Start by making a large batch of dye in water, and pour a small amount of it into another cup so that when an egg is placed in the cup, only 1/3 of it is covered. Let that sit for about 10 minutes, then add some more dye in water until 2/3 of the egg is submerged. Leave for another few minutes before adding enough dye-water to fully cover the egg. Add the last batch of dye-water, so that the egg is fully submerged, and let that sit until you’re happy with the lightest layer of color. For different colored eggs, dip 1/2 the egg in one color, allow it to sit for a few minutes, then flip the egg and drop the white part into a different color dye.
Tracey Lacey: All you’ll need to make these eggs pop is a doily. Wrap the doily tightly around the egg and band it so it stays in place. Dip the wrapped egg in dye and allow to sit for a few minutes before removing the egg from the mixture and allow that to dry before removing the lace.
Water Color Your World: We love this idea to make your own water color Easter eggs. It’s a little messy, but definitely an easy one for you and your kids to have fun with. Check out the tutorial here.
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