It's that time of year to start buying your eggs, vinegar and dyes! If you are tired of the same egg dying year to year, here are some great ideas to try something new and wow your guests! How do you normally decorate your Easter eggs?
Dye your eggs in bold colors and use gold leafing kit from craft store to give a marbled look from She Knows
Marbled easter eggs from Georgica Pond
Marbled, speckled and wasabi taped eggs from House of Earnest
Use Rit dye to give eggs an intense color (though NOT EDIBLE) from Urban Comfort
Dye your eggs light blue and then add speckles with metallic Sharpie from Carolyns Homework
How to make speckled eggs with toothbrush and brown paint from Southern Living
Easter eggs tied in colored bakers twine from The College Prepster
Neon dip dyed eggs from Oh Joy
Colorful ombre colored eggs made using assorted spray paints from Ashbee Design
Keep eggs in dye for varying amounts of time for this ombre color effect from Sugar & Charm
Watercolor dyed Easter egss from Spoon Fork Bacon
Pull out your calligraphy set and decorate your eggs with this simple design from Oh Happy Day
Use acrylic paints to add decorative brushstrokes from Paper & Stitch
Use string dipped in acrylic paints to achieve this artistic look from Spoonful
These amazing colors and patterns came from using men's silk ties from Boulder Locavore
Find some naturally occurring darker colored eggs and use white paint pens to add designs from Joy Ever After
A Few Helpful Hints!
Use a whisk to keep your fingers free of dyes
Use a lazy susan to rotate bowls filled with dyes so you won't spill the dye.