32 Egg-citing Ways to Dye Easter Eggs {how to}


Impress your kids with the best Easter egg coloring designs and free templates.  These 32 tutorials will teach you how to color Easter eggs, give you free Easter egg templates, and learn how to make funny Easter eggs like Disney Eggs, carrot eggs, Ninjago eggs and more!

Egg-citing Ways to Dye Easter Eggs {how to}

We’ve taken away all the guess work on how to dye Easter eggs with these incredible tutorials. For even more ways to decorate Easter eggs Tip Junkie’s Creative Community has over 80 tutorials.  You can always search there if you’’re looking for more tutorials with step-by-step instructions. {wink}

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Best Easter Eggs

Kaleidoscope Easter Eggs

1.  Kaleidoscope Easter Eggs ~ Here is a fancy schmancy way to decorate some eggs for your Easter decor this year! Spray paint paper mache eggs along with some craft paint and you’ll create beautiful kaleidoscope eggs to display! Festive and chic!

DIY Gold Leaf Eggs

2.  DIY Gold Leaf Eggs ~ Dye your eggs along with some gold leaf and you’ll create beautiful golden eggs to display! Festive and chic!

Amazing Easter Egg

3.  Gold Leaf Easter Egg ~ This Golden Bunny Easter egg is absolutely exquisite.  It reminds me of a foil wrapped chocolate bunny. Learn this fun new technique for decorating Easter eggs.  All you need is gold leaf adhesive, gold leaf, pencil and paint brush.

Gold Striped Eggs

4.  Gold Striped Eggs ~ Create your own Gold Striped Eggs with a gold foil paint pen and plastic eggs.  Aren’t these gorgeous?!

Glitter Easter Eggs

5.  Glitter Easter Eggs ~ Blown out eggs are glitterfied with school supplies, Elmer’s glue and glitter!

How To Color Easter Eggs 

How to Dye Wooden Easter Eggs

6.  How to Dye Wooden Easter Eggs ~ Here is a beautiful example of dyed wooden eggs.  You can create the same effect by dying them with vinegar, dye, water and sealing them with an oil finish.  Perfect for using year after year!

7.  How to Make Leaf Print Eggs ~ These Easter eggs are absolutely beautiful!  Instead of the traditional egg-dying technique try using a reverse-stenciling method.

Amazing Easter Eggs

8.  Easter Egg Decorating Ideas {Easter Egg Ideas} ~ Alisa Burke has a half dozen unique ideas for decorating Easter eggs.  Each of them create gorgeous one of a kind works of art and together they make an amazing collection of eggs that will look great on your Easter table.  And the techniques are easy enough for people of all ages to use.

Easter Egg Coloring Tips

9.  Dinosaur Eggs ~ These Dinosaur Eggs are awesome!  They are also very easy to make.  All you need is hard-boiled eggs and regular food coloring.

10.  Kool-Aid Eggs ~ These Kool-Aid dyed eggs are fun, fruity and nostalgic.  Your kids will be so excited to help.  All you need is hard-boiled eggs, Kool-Aid and water.

Marbled Eggs {DIY Easter Eggs}

11.  Marbled Eggs {DIY Easter Eggs} ~ These bright and colorful eggs are created with nail polish, yup you read that right! Grab your brightest nail polished and you’ll be able to decorate this year with these festively beautiful marbled Easter eggs!

Decorated Easter Eggs

12.  Neon Dip-Dyed Easter Eggs ~ Aren’t these Neon Dip-Dyed eggs absolutely gorgeous?!  You’ll be pleasantly surprised by how easy they are to make using the traditional egg dying technique with food coloring and vinegar.

Handlebar Mustache

13.  Mustache Easter Egg ~ I “mustache” you how you are dying your Easter eggs this year?  I couldn’t resist.  {snicker}  Add some whimsy and fun with these vinyl adhesive cut mustaches to your dyed eggs this Easter.

Easter Egg Dye

14.  Silk Dyed Easter Eggs ~ Aren’t these Silk Dyed Easter Eggs absolutely exquisite?!  You can make them by wrapping them in silk and boiling them in vinegar water.  When you unwrap them the pattern from the scarf transfers to the egg.  Amazing.

15.  Ukranian Eggs Made Simple ~ These traditional Ukranian dyed eggs are stunning with the intricate and geometric designs.  Using a stylus and melted beeswax you can accomplish these beautiful designs.  They are time consuming, but well worth it.

Easter Egg Templates

16.  Silhouette Stenciled Easter Egg Tutorial ~ These silhouette eggs are gorgeous!  Using acrylic paint, silhouettes, and wooden eggs you can create your own silhouette stenciled Easter eggs in just four simple steps.

Melted Crayon Easter Eggs

17.  Melted Crayon Easter Eggs ~ After the eggs have been hard boiled and are still warm you can doodle on them with crayons.  The heat from the hard boiled egg will melt the crayon.

Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs

18.  Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs ~ These Easter eggs are absolutely beautiful!  Instead of the traditional egg-dying technique try decorating eggs with temporary tattoo’s.  It can’t get any easier than that!

Funny Easter Eggs

19.  Playing with Food – Easter Eggs and Rolled Fondant ~ These Mr. Potato Head, Bunny and Chick fondant eggs are fun and fab.  Buy store-bought plain eggs and customize them to make it a unique gift. 20.  Funny Farm Eggs ~ These Funny Farm eggs are adorable!  A great idea if you want to go dye-free. Use your imagination to create these cuties, no templates needed.

Carrot Confetti Easter Eggs

21.  Carrot Confetti Easter Eggs ~ How fun are these carrot eggs?  Any bunny would love these!  {{snicker}}  Using an orange sharpie you can make carrots from squiggle lines.

Cartoon Easter Eggs

Lego Ninjago Easter Eggs

22.  Lego Ninjago Easter Eggs ~ Your little man will love these Lego inspired Easter eggs!  Contact paper was used for the face, dyed and then colored in.

Disney Easter Eggs

23.  Perry the Platypus Easter Egg ~ Perry the Platypus goes incognito this season and in his best disguise.  Download the free template to make your own Perry.

24.  Red Queen Easter Egg ~ The Red Queen is not hard to miss with her egg-straordinarily large head.  Download and print the free template.

25.  Cheshire Cat Easter Egg ~ That sneaky Cheshire Cat is sure to turn up somewhere.  He’s a purple dyed egg embellished with the mischievous character’s toothy grin.  Download the free template.

26.  Disney Princess Easter Eggs ~ Sadly, there is not a tutorial for these Disney Princess Eggs.  But, I wanted you to see how adorable these eggs are.  You could probably use water colors and markers to re-create them.

Easter Egg Decor

DIY Carrot Easter Eggs

27.  DIY Carrot Easter Eggs ~ Aren’t these carrot eggs absolutely darling and clever?  Ceramic eggs, chalk paint and felt were used to make them!

DIY Modern Easter Eggs

28.  DIY Modern Easter Eggs ~ Paper mache eggs get a modern makeover with a sharpie, chalk paint pen and jewelry wire.

Sequin Easter Eggs {Easter-Crafting}

29.  Sequin Easter Eggs {Easter-Crafting} ~ These gorgeous sequin Easter eggs area a great craft to work on with some of your friends for a craft night.  They are a great homemade gift and the perfect touch to your Easter mantel.

How to Make Glitter Eggs

30.  How to Make Glitter Eggs ~ Add some sparkle to Easter with these fun Easter eggs!  

Easter Egg Yarn Garland

31.  Easter Egg Yarn Garland ~ This beautiful and creative yarn ball egg garland would look gorgeous on your fireplace, shelf or a mirror.  They’re made using a simple process of balloons, yarn and mod podge.

DIY Eggshell Tealight Candle Centerpiece

32.  DIY Eggshell Tealight Candle Centerpiece ~ Make this unique and beautiful eggshell centerpiece for Easter entertaining.  Eggs are hand blown, dyed and ready for tealight candles. 



Tip Junkie Easter

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