Creating Colorful Easter Eggs with Melted Crayons - SAS Interiors

Melted crayon crafts seem to be the thing these days! Create colorful EASTER EGGS using Melted Crayons. It's easy to do + KIDS will LOVE it. Read the tutorial now or Pin for Later!

Create any color of Easter Egg dye with this chart! Dollarstoremom.com

Easter Egg Color Guide - You have to enlarge this several times but it is a very good guide from McCormick Food Coloring that shows how to do some egg-dying tricks and also shows how to get the vibrant colors.

Tie Dye Easter Eggs

These DIY tie dye Easter eggs are SO FUN and they're so simple to make! The colors are bright and beautiful and the eggs are completely safe to eat! The kiddos will love this new Easter Egg dying trick.

Easter egg decorating idea

Easter Decorations for the Home

40 Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs via Brit + Co. Graphic Patterns: You can use electrical tape and decals to create a graphic look that reminds us of silk screen printing. (via Martha Stewart)

Nourishing Minimalism: Red Eggs for Greek Easter.   We dye our Easter eggs red to represent the blood of Christ.

Red Eggs for Greek Easter

How to Naturally Dye Eggs crimson red for Pascha: Red Eggs for Greek Easter. We dye our Easter eggs red to represent the blood of Christ.

naturally dyed easter eggs

How To Make Vibrant, Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Purple Cabbage (makes blue on white eggs, green on brown eggs) Red Onion Skins (makes lavender or red) Yellow Onion Skins (makes orange on w.

DIY Naturally Dyed Speckled Easter Eggs

DIY Naturally Dyed Speckled Easter Eggs

How to make Mosaic Easter Eggs

Mosaic Easter Eggs

DIY: Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

DIY: Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Make these easter eggs with your kids this year using watercolor paints | Squirrelly Minds

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Get out your watercolour paint set and decorate some beautiful easter eggs with this simple DIY technique for easter this year.

Make these easter eggs with your kids this year using watercolor paints | Squirrelly Minds

DIY

Get out your watercolour paint set and decorate some beautiful easter eggs with this simple DIY technique for easter this year.

Dipped Designs | Martha Stewart Living - To make a tritoned dipped egg, dye the whole egg first in a light color, let dry for 15 minutes, and then submerge both top and bottom into a darker color (leaving the center exposed)

A simple dye bath is everyone's favorite way to decorate Easter eggs, but have you tried our tips and tricks to the perfectly dyed Easter egg? Here's one tip: Try dyeing different sizes and types of eggs for a variety of looks.

Wax-Resist Egg Dyeing Techniques

Wax-Resist Egg Dyeing Techniques

Wax-Resist Egg Dyeing Techniques via Martha Stewart. Classy design inspiration for a grown up P. Zonka Lays an Egg party!

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