Tie-Dyed Easter Eggs are a a groovy way to decorate Easter Eggs for your Easter home decor! The technique is surprisingly easy. Use 2-3 colours for the best results!
These really remind me of making tie-dye shirts when I was a kid in Sunday School. It was a really fun project then, and making these eggs is just as fun now as it was making those shirts back then! I really like the look of the white space against the colours but you could really saturate the eggs with colours and they would like great too!
Hard-boiled or blown Eggs
Wrap the paper towel around the egg tightly in a single layer.
Drop food colouring onto the paper towel at random – using as much or as little as you want.
Remove the paper towel from the egg.
Allow to dry standing up. Retaining the egg carton is helpful for this.
Once dry put up on display!
Looking for more Easter Egg Ideas?
Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs
Doodled Easter Eggs
Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!
Friday 28th of August 2015
Beautiful variation! All of your ideas are much more creative than what we usually do.
Friday 3rd of April 2015
Nice,looks easy enough
Monday 16th of March 2015
Those look super cool!
Saturday 14th of March 2015
I love these eggs, wonderful colours and fairly easy to make. Children will be amazed at how good the end product looks :-)
Tuesday 10th of March 2015
I think this is a wonderfully easy way to have some colorful eggs for Easter. It has the benefit of being so simple that even a child can do it. Thank you for this Easter hint.