Dying Easter eggs has always been an important part of Easter for many people. But, if you're like me, you've just been using the same dying techniques every year. It turns out there are so many unique and fun ways to decorate eggs, so we're publishing a series of lists to give you some ideas. This lists focuses on fun new ways to decorate your eggs using only dye.
These dyed eggs from The Sweetest Occasion are super easy to make by blocking heart sections of your eggs with tape.
Use rubber bands to block out stripes of your eggs for super traditional patterns like these from Freutcake.
This tutorial from Spoon Fork Bacon uses lip balm to keep the dye from getting to parts of the eggs.
This tutorial from Julep uses regular egg dye swirled in water to create this beautiful marbled look.
To get the cool texture on these eggs from It All Started with Paint mix your dye with a bowl of rice.
To get this natural and gorgeous coloring on your eggs, Dye them with a cup of tea. Learn how at Thistlewood Farms.
Swirl dye with whipped cream using this tutorial from Mom Dot for great look and an activity your kids are sure to love.
Use flowers to make these beautiful and easy floral eggs from Freutcake.
Want to dye your eggs using natural methods? This tutorial from Design Sponge will teach you how to naturally create many different colors.
You can use nail polish to dye your eggs too! This tutorial from A Pumpkin and a Princess teaches you to use it to make swirly patterns.
Galaxy eggs are super fun, and these from Jacks and Kate are much easier to create than you might think.
These fun eggs from Freutcake are dyed using kool aid. It is the perfect dying material to make colorful eggs.