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Egg Dying Ideas for Easter

Updated on February 27, 2012

Easter time is coming up and that means it time to dye some eggs! Are you sick of the plain jane colors that we see every year? No special design just a plain colored egg? Well I am! So I decided to give y'all a list of different ways to dye your eggs this year. They are all unique and different in their own way and I hope you try them all out. And at the end I will even tell you how to make a beautiful easter egg wreath, and all of these ways are really easy and so much more fun. Please leave a comment or suggestion below they are always welcome! Thanks for reading I hope you enjoy. :)

Marbled egg design
Marbled egg design | Source

Here are some of the different ways you can try:

1. Marbled Easter Egg Design. These are eggs are so unique and different and everyone will want to know how you did it. Well if you want to share your secret you only need a few things and I bet you have them all lying around the house.

Here's what you need: Hard boiled eggs, filled bowl or mug with hot water, white vinegar, favorite colors of food dye, oil, coffee mugs or bowls, and spoons.

Directions: In each bowl or mug add a tablespoon of vinegar, food dye, and oil. Make sure your mug or bowl is filled high enough to were it will cover the entire egg. Quickly and carefully swirl mixture and drop egg into bowl. Gently pat dry and do the same again with two other colors, and leave some oil for texture. Then you have marbled eggs! Aren't they just gorgeous. :)

Rubber band eggs
Rubber band eggs | Source

2. Rubber Band Dyed Eggs

Using rubber bands are such an easy way to get a lot of color into your eggs and designing them the way you would like to. You will need a few things but if you did the marbled egg dying then you should have everything you need.

Everything you need is listed in the marbled egg section. :)

Directions: Dye your egg into a light soft color, pat dry and place some rubber bands around your egg. Then dip into another color slightly darker than the first afterwards you remove your rubber bands. You can stop there with just two colors, if you want to keep going dip your egg in again and repeat the same process. When you are done remove all rubber bands and you have a awesome looking egg!

Polka dot design eggs
Polka dot design eggs | Source

3. Polka Dot Dyed Eggs. For these eggs you will need everything listed above in the first egg design and also paint, paint brushes and circular white stickers. These will be giving you those cute dots that you want!

First get your hard boiled eggs and add the stickers where you would like the dots to be. Then dip your eggs into your favorite dye and then pat dry. After the eggs are dry remove the stickers and you can choose to keep them that way or you can paint over the white. Whatever you decide to do i'm sure everyone will love them!


make your own eggs!
make your own eggs! | Source

4. Make your own designs with stickers and glitter! There is nothing more unique than having your own special designed egg. So get out that glitter and stickers and make them your own and design them the way you want to. You could even do one of the designs above and add your own sticker touch to it.

Dye your hard boiled egg and add whatver design you would like to your egg and make it yours. Let me know how it turns out and what you decided to create. I hope all of these designs helped you on thinking of some new and exciting ways to decorate your eggs!

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Easter Egg Wreath Directions:

Things you will need:

Circular card board shape in a wreath desgin

Plastic eggs about 50 depending on the size of your wreath

Hot glue gun and glue.

Bag of plastic grass

Ribbon to tie on top of your wreath

Directions:

First glue together all of your eggs so they don't come open when they on your wreath. Then glue down the eggs to the card board and connect and when you add eggs on top of other ones make sure you secure them with glue as well. Then get the grass and add in the between the opening of eggs, trim any extra grass that is not needed. After that you will need to add a bow to the top of your wreath and your finished! You can give these away as gifts or whatever you would like to do. If you would like to have both sides covered with eggs then just repeat on the other side! So simple, I hope you enjoyed reading about some cool easter ideas. Thanks for reading please leave your feedback below. :)


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      Kate 3 years ago

      We write on ours with candles before dipping them. Turns out really nicely!

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      kayyluh 6 years ago

      I love the wreaths made out of peeps! There adorable too! You should definitely try out the Easter egg one:) its fun and very bright and colorful.:)

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      Anna 6 years ago

      That is the cutest Idea of having an Easter Egg wreath. I made a peeps wreath. But not as good as your egg wreath.

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      kayyluh 6 years ago

      Thanks Cathy!:)

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      Cathy 6 years ago

      Awesome!

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