If you have kids, or if you like crafting, it’s likely that you’re going to dye eggs this week at some point. That is, if you didn’t already do it last weekend (I did). Here are seven ways to dye your eggs that go beyond the typical methods. Some are complicated, some aren’t. But they’re all neat too look at and fun to make! Enjoy!
1.) These Neon Dip-Dyed Eggs from Oh Joy are mod, colorful, and look incredibly easy to make!
Neon Dip-Dye (image via Oh Joy)
2.) I made some of these Silk-Dyed Eggs (aka Tie-Dyed Eggs) from Our Best Bites this past weekend. Many thanks to my friend’s husband for sacrificing one of his silk ties for our crafting enjoyment.
Silk Tie-Dyed Eggs (image via Our Best Bites)
3.) You’ve probably seen this image floating around the web, especially if you belong to Pinterest. Make your own Natural-Dyed Eggs via Two Men And A Little Farm.
Natural Dyed Eggs (image via Two Men and a Little Farm)
4.) These Chocolate Surprise Eggs from Martha Stewart are not just edible – they’re DELICIOUS! A bit more work than dunking orbs in dye, but why would you expect anything less than “a little bit labor intensive” from Martha?
Chocolate Eggs (image via Martha Stewart)
5.) Thought I’m still not 100% sure how you make these, the Chap Stick Eggs from Oh Joy are stunning and perfectly imperfect. Give it a try!
Chap Stick Eggs (image via Oh Joy)
6.) These Graphic Eggs from Martha Stewart stole my heart: vibrant, typographic, and shockingly easy!
7.) Last but certainly not least in this round-up are Kool-Aid Eggs from Hey Jen Renee. I can’t say that I ever would have thought of this, but the results are stunning! I wonder if it works with Jell-o?
Kool Aid Eggs (image via Hey Jen Renee)
So there you have it: seven dazzling ways to decorate your eggs this Easter. I can’t wait to try them! What’s your favorite way to dye Easter Eggs? And do you have any other ways to share?
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