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Two-Toned Easter Eggs
Polka Dot Easter Eggs
Striped Easter Eggs
Personalized Easter Eggs
Marbleized Easter Eggs
Color Wash Easter Eggs
Painted Easter Eggs
Set your eggs apart with these easy, dazzling dyeing and design techniques along with a must-have Spring color pallete. Match them to the colors of your Easter décor, and even arrange them in a vase or a bowl for an eye-catching, Easter-themed centerpiece.
Turn ordinary eggs into watercolor-inspired works of art with this simple painting technique.
Save the color for the eggs—and your hands from a mess.
Turn ordinary eggs into watercolor-inspired works of art with these easy techniques
Dip top half of hard-cooked egg in 1 color and the bottom half in another. Or, dip each half of the egg in the color for different lengths of time, creating different shades of the same color.
Dots and Shapes
Before dyeing, place stickers such as dots, chicks, rabbits, flowers or other springtime favorites on the eggs. Once dry, remove stickers.
Before dyeing, place rubber bands on the eggs to create the design of choice. Once dry, remove rubber bands.
Draw zig zags or pictures on the egg with a white or light colored crayon before dyeing. Pen your guests' initials to use as place cards for an Easter-themed brunch!
Mix 1/4 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon vinegar, 1/8 teaspoon oil and 4 to 8 drops food color in shallow bowl. Gently roll egg in mixture until desired shade. Transfer egg to second color mixture, repeat process. Allow egg to dry then wipe away excess oil with paper towel.
Place several eggs in a colander in the kitchen sink. Splash eggs with vinegar. Drop desired food color onto eggs. Gently shake the colander for a few seconds to help the color spread. Let stand 30 seconds. Lightly rinse eggs with water. Drain completely. Allow eggs to dry.
To create mini works-of-art with vibrant colors inspired by the must-have Pantone® colors of the season, use the following guide.
DYE: 1/2 Cup Hot Water + 1 tsp. vinegar + food color
PAINT: 1/2 tsp. of vinegar + food color