Easter Eggs

Today, I’ll be channeling my inner 8 year old and dying Easter eggs! And I’m egg-stra egg-cited (dork alert) because I had no idea there were so many creative, amazing ways to dye them! These are what I’m deciding between.

1. Silk Tie Eggs

{image courtesy of The Little Red Hen}

How cool are these ones!? They’re made by wrapping patterned silk around the egg and boiling it. When you unwrap it, the pattern has transferred and dyed the egg in the same design! For a full tutorial from Martha Stewart, click HERE.

2. Tie Dye Eggs

I think these ones are just gorgeous. Check out the tutorial from Crafting a Green World HERE.

3. Cracked Eggs

These ones remind me of dinosaur eggs! To make, you hardboil your eggs as usual, roll them around to crack the shells, then dye them like you usually would. Once they’re done soaking, take off the shells and voilà! The Barefoot Kitchen Witch has an excellent step by step tutorial HERE.


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Filed under Children's Parties, DIY, Easter

One response to “Easter Eggs

  1. They look fab, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to some egg dyeing tomorrow!!

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