Now that the kiddos are getting older I have realized that half of the fun of dying Easter Eggs is actually figuring out how we are going to dye them. With all of the ideas that we found on Pinterest these are our favorites by far………now to try to narrow it down to one of two ways to decorate.
Here is an interesting find over at Craftster where they used onion skin to dye their Easter eggs. What a natural and beautiful look they achieved.
Does the hubbie have a boatload of silk ties hanging in a closet?? You have got to check out the Silk-Dyed Egg tutorial over at our best bites! Your family will be in awe with all the beautiful colors and patterns this year!
For all those all natural lovers out there here is a fabulous tutorial using foods and spices to get a beautiful color on these Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs found on Kaley Ann’s fabulous website. This is one of my favorite ways to dye Easter eggs.
We all know that Kool-Aid is pretty cheap right?? Well here is a great way to dye Easter eggs using some good old fashioned Kool-Aid from Passion for Savings.
I know all of you have a little tissue paper just laying around the house with all it’s papery prettyness!! Well head on over to Moments of Mommyhood and check out this great tutorial for Tissue Paper Dyed Easter Eggs. What a beautiful and creative way to Dye Easter Eggs.
Oh don’t ya just want to relax for a moment after a long days work!!! Well these Melted Crayon Easter Eggs are actually relaxing to do!! What a great tutorial by a Thrifty Mom to sit and relax and have a little fun with the kids.
If your looking for a little something truelly different this year you might want to head on over and check out Toddler Approved and their tutorial on Volcano Egg Dying. This one is great if you have a little budding scientist in your life.
If glitter is your thing these Scratch and Glitter eggs from Kids Play Box are perfect if you are looking for a multi-level project that will keep your kids busy for hours. This would be perfect for a Star Wars lover!