If you are like me, you might get bored making the same colored eggs every Easter. There are many ways to spice up your Easter Egg coloring, but I think Tie-Dye Easter Eggs are my absolute favorite!
Today I have a fantastic tutorial to show you how to make tie – dye Easter eggs. It’s simple and easy and a super fun easter activity for kids.
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Supplies to Make Tie-Dye Easter Eggs
- 12 boiled eggs
- Food coloring
- spray bottle
- Paper towels (Note: If there’s a pattern on the paper towels, the eggs may end up with a pattern! I used the half-sheet paper towels that did have a pattern.)
- Small rubber bands, elastics, or string
- Plastic gloves (optional)
*Use care when handling eggs.
How To Dye Easter Eggs
Cover each egg in a paper towel and tie at the top with a string or rubber band.
Drop different colors of food coloring around paper towel, covering most of the paper towel.
Spray egg with vinegar mixture until colors cover egg completely and there’s no white space left.
Repeat until all eggs are covered. Make sure the paper towel is wet enough and sitting up against the egg to get color on the egg. You can test this by gently pushing the paper towel to the sides of the egg to make sure the color is touching the egg.
Set each colored egg on a tray for at least 10-15 minutes.
Slowly unwrap the eggs one by one.
*If you uncover the egg and it doesn’t look like it’s colored enough, you can retie the paper towel back on and spray more vinegar and water.
Your eggs should have a tie-dye look!
To store eggs, place back in the egg carton container and refrigerate until needed.
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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.