Forget about using plain old Easter egg dye this Easter. Try out an eggciting Easter egg dye design that’s sure to help you hop into your Spring festivities. Whether it’s ombre, watercolor, or silk wrapped eggs, these Easter egg dye jobs will surely be a favorite for many years to come.
1. Ombre Easter Eggs
If you’re excited to welcome Spring, try creating these amazing ombre Easter eggs. Beautiful and sophisticated, this Easter egg dye will be the talk of all your Easter celebrations. Create these as a centerpiece for your table by placing them on cupcake stands.
2. Watercolor Farmhouse Easter Eggs
Sometimes the traditional Easter egg dye is not enough for the vibrant colors of Spring. With watercolors, you and your little ones can let those imaginations shine in no time. This Easter craft requires a watercolor palette, brushes, and a carton of eggs.
3. Gold Temporary Tattoo Eggs
These metallic Easter eggs can be achieved with just temporary tattoo stickers. For the ultimate Easter egg dye design, dye your eggs your favorite color and apply the metallic stickers afterwards. All you need are boiled eggs, and temporary tattoo stickers. If you want these to last longer try using wooden or plastic eggs.
4. Marbled Easter Eggs
This dreamy Easter egg dye lets you create unique and one-of-a-kind designs. These marvelous indigo marbled eggs can be achieved with nail polish, and a bowl of water. And the best part, each egg will be different from the rest. Just add a few drops of nail polish to a water bowl, and gently swirl the mixture around the submerge egg.
5. Silk Wrapped Easter Eggs
Thrifted silk-ties and shirts can be used to create a beautiful, and vibrant Easter egg. This unique Easter egg dye job will be just as fun as the prints you select for the ultimate decoration. Wrap your raw eggs in your silk of choice, and boil them for the ultimate design.
6. Sharpie Easter Eggs
Sometimes you don’t have enough time to create your typical Easter egg dye job. For a bold, classic look use a black sharpie to create timeless designs. If you love the bold colors of Spring try using bright colored sharpies instead.
7. Glitter Easter Eggs
Who doesn’t love sparkle? These Easter eggs will have the ultimate dye job for a fabulous finished product. If you’re looking to add some shine to your dining room table, put these glitter eggs in a lovely basket for a extravagant centerpiece.
8. Moss Covered Eggs
Add an earthy touch to your Easter egg dye designs that’ll help spruce up your holiday. These moss covered eggs will help you welcome Spring with open arms. All you need are eggs, moss, twine, and hot glue. Use these marvelous eggs as centerpieces, or part of your holiday wreaths.
9. Flower Crown Easter Eggs
You and your family will be in awe of these cute flower crown Easter eggs. If you’d like try your favorite Easter egg dye, and complete the look with a lovely baby’s breath flower crown. Use wooden eggs so that these beauties can last almost a lifetime.
10. Bunny Easter Eggs
Why not hop into Spring with this adorable bunny Easter egg dye design. Dye the bottom halves of eggs with your favorite pastel colors. Once dry use a black crayon or pencil to create cute little bunny faces, and ears. Finish it up by creating blushing cheeks with a pink or red crayon.