Dyeing Easter eggs with kids (or even by yourself) can a be a challenging task. There are so many how to dye Easter eggs tutorials, different dyes and complicated kits that are overwhelming.
We love everything simple, here at PLAYTIVITIES, so I searched and found the coolest ways to dye Easter eggs. Almost all of them are kid friendly and are really fun.
Don’t throw away your slightly cracked eggs. Not yet! Look at what you can make out of them – kimberlycun
Chalkboard eggs! Because it’s so much easier this way. Kids will love decorating these! Find more details at oleanderandpalm
Not interested in dyeing eggs with your kids? Here is a genius solution for it, especially if you have some Lego fans in the house. Find free printable at itsalwaysautumn
Eggs dyed naturally CAN be beautiful! That’s how I grow up dyeing our eggs with my mother bigsislilsis
How To Dye Easter Eggs with Kids
Easter egg sculptures is another great way to use those decorated eggs for a Easter home design. via mrprintables
Dye eggs with rubber-bands? momtastic
Washi tape eggs via lovelyindeed
EGG PEOPLE Making characters with decorated eggs can be a fun Easter table decoration and a game for kids. via mrprintables
How To Dye Easter Eggs without touching
Use whisks! This was AHA! moment for me. You can find more tips on dyeing eggs with kids at innerchildfun
Easy tricks how to blow out eggs and how kids can color them without touching (and crushing). Find it at tinkerlab
How to dye Easter eggs with COOL AID and …. ties
Dip them in Cool Aid. Further instructions at totallythebomb
TIE-DYED! YES! You CAN dye the most beautiful eggs with an old tie! Find all the details at ourbestbites
How To Dye Easter Eggs with shaving cream
You can dye Easter eggs with shaving cream? What? See it here yourself – katiescrochetgoodies
See how your can personalize each egg so there is no confusion whose egg is it. You know what I am talking about if you are a parent… via realsimple
I hope you found your favorite tutorial and learned how to dye Easter eggs so you can show your kids and to it together.
Did I miss your favorite way to dye Easter eggs?
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