Are you wanting stunning Easter eggs that will have your friends and family asking how you made them? Looking for a new fun activity to share with kids? If so, then these ideas are for you!
These cool ways to dye Easter eggs don’t need a kit. Which means you can start making them right now, without having to go to a store to buy a ho-hum egg dyeing kit like everyone else.
While all of the recipes below use items you probably already have at home, we couldn’t resist sharing this cute EggMazing Egg Decorator Kit that you might want to order right now! It spins the egg in a bunny-shaped machine and kids add color with markers. So much fun!
12 Cool Ways to Dye Easter Eggs
These are the best, unique ways to color eggs without a kit! Check out these Easter grass alternatives for even more unique ideas for your Easter basket this year!
Dying Eggs with Kool Aid
Use a pack of Kool-Aid as Easter egg dye! This egg dyeing technique couldn’t be easier! Plus, it doesn’t use any vinegar, so there is no smell!
Dyeing Eggs with Whipped Cream
You can dye eggs with whipped cream! If you have some whipped cream or Cool Whip at home, this fun project is as pretty to look at while you are making it as the eggs are after you are done!
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Dye Eggs with Turmeric
You won’t believe how colorful these yellow eggs are when using turmeric spice as a dye for Easter eggs.
Use Nail Polish to Dye Eggs
Color eggs with nail polish for vibrant and bold colors that you can’t get with edible dyes.
Dye Eggs with Blueberries
An all-natural way to dye Easter eggs using only fruit. You’ll love using blueberries to dye eggs.
You can even use the leftover blueberries for making a pie or jam!
Tie-Dye Easter Eggs
If you have food coloring, then it’s easy to make these retro boho tie-dyed eggs.
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These eggs are for someone who loves a bit of glam! We suggest using edible glitter to make these sparkly glitter eggs.
Dye Eggs with Tea
Black tea is one of the most inexpensive ingredients you can find to dye Easter eggs. These tea-dyed eggs have a farmhouse feel with their neutral brown color palette.
Use Beets to Color Eggs
If you have ever eaten a beet, you know how colorful the vegetable is! Why not use that rich, dark beet juice to color eggs a pretty shade of pink?!
Blackberry Dye for Easter Eggs
Similar to dyeing eggs with blueberries, use dark colored blackberries to dye eggs a subtle shade of blue.
For fancy eggs that look rich and luxurious, use gold leaf to make gilded eggs.
These multi-colored galaxy eggs are great for teens, tweens and anyone that is looking for a retro vibe with their Easter decorations!