25 Ways to Dye Easter Eggs this Year

If you’re dying Easter eggs this spring, you’re going to want to keep reading! From natural dyes to our favorite DIY prints, we are sharing 25 of the best Easter Egg tutorials!

Spring is springing around here! There are new green leaves sprouting on the branches with each passing day and white and pink blooms dot the trees and bushes around the neighborhood. All along I have thought fall to be my favorite season, but spring is making quite a compelling argument at the moment. With spring in mind, we wanted to get a jump start on sharing some easy and beautiful Easter content that you can do by yourself, with friends or with your kids in these next coming months. Happy spring! Keep reading to learn how to dye Easter Eggs both traditionally and naturally with vegetable dyes and for all of the best Easter Egg DIYs!

Modern Color-Block Easter Eggs

via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Pierced Creamware Easter Eggs

via Martha Stewart

Pressed Flower Easter Eggs

via Good Housekeeping

How to Dye Easter Eggs (Traditional Method):

  • Place uncooked eggs in a single layer in a large saucepan. Add enough room temperature water to cover eggs by at least 1 inch. Cover with a lid and bring to a boil on high heat. Once boiling, remove from heat and let stand for 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes, drain water and cool the eggs by running them under cold water until completely cooled.
  • Mix 1/2 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon vinegar and 10 to 20 drops food color in a cup to achieve desired colors. Repeat for each color. Dip hard-cooked eggs in dye for about 5 minutes. Use a slotted spoon, wire egg holder or tongs to add and remove eggs from dye. Allow eggs to dry.

Shaving Cream Tie Dye Easter Eggs

via Better Homes and Gardens

Rifle Paper Co. Easter Eggs

via A Joyful Riot

Cactus Easter Eggs DIY

via Parade

How to Dye Easter Eggs with Natural Dyes:

  • Combine 4 cups water and 2 tablespoons white vinegar in a medium pot and bring to a boil.
  • Add natural dye ingredients and lower the heat. Simmer for 30 minutes.
  • Remove from heat and allow to cool completely before handling.
  • For pink, use beets. For orange, use paprika. For yellow, use turmeric. For green, use matcha. For blue, use blueberries.

Chalk Pen Egg Tutorial

via The Kitchn

Spatterware Easter Eggs DIY

via Country Living

Strawberry Easter Eggs DIY

via Style Me Pretty

Bronze and Marble Easter Eggs

via Tera Janelle

Cheeseburger Easter Eggs Tutorial

via Studio DIY

Book Page Easter Eggs

via Rose Clearfield

Geometric Easter Eggs

via Motte’s Blog

Avocado Easter Eggs

via Paint The Gown Red

Sprinkle Easter Eggs

via House Beautiful

Cabbage Dyed Easter Eggs

via Duluth News Tribune

Lisa Frank Easter Eggs

via Studio DIY

Unicorn Easter Eggs

via Red Ted Art

Indigo Marbled Easter Eggs

via Southern Living

Googly Eye Easter Eggs

via Oh Happy Day

Gingham Easter Eggs

Martha Stewart

Natural Dyed Easter Eggs

via A Beautiful Mess

Chicks Easter Eggs

via Good Housekeeping

Gold Leaf Easter Eggs

via Lily Ardor

Emoji Easter Eggs

via Real Simple

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