Use whisks to hold eggs for dying, I will have to remember this for Easter!

A little nervous about containers of open dye? Here are 10 tips on how to make dyeing eggs with small kids a fun experience (with zero disasters!): No Twiddle Twaddle

Easter eggs coloring

Birdseed eggs to hang or gift Mix as listed 8 1/3 to 1/2 cups bird seed 1/3 cup gelatin 1 1/2 cups water 36-38 fillable plastic Easter eggs. Lightly coat the molds with the vegetable spray. Pack the eggs using a teaspoon, snap them together and place into an egg carton for chilling. Chill the eggs for a couple of hours and remove carefully. Be sure to dry the bird seed eggs in a paper egg carton as styrofoam tends to encourage mold. makes about 3 dozen eggs.

paper napkin decoupage eggs


Awesome Marbled Eggs

natural dye egg

HOLY Moly!!!! NO VINEGAR?! Sign me up! Kool Eggs Use Kool-Aid To Dye Your Easter Eggs Kool Aid to dye your Easter Eggs. Because of the citric acid already in KoolAid, this technique requires no vinegar. Not only that, but at a general cost of 5 packets for $1, KoolAid makes for an inexpensive egg dying adventure.

hang curtains from the ceiling... to avoid measuring, also makes ceilings look really high

Bunny Pancakes #easter

Bunny Box.

So cool - glowing Easter eggs for night hunting. Just put glow bracelets inside the eggs.

Easter Egg dying for little hands!!! Use a whisk!! Amazing Idea!!!!

Rubber band Easter Eggs - I'm feeling nostalgic thinking of tie die!

How to Dye Easter Eggs With Kool-Aid

Easter Game Egg Toss! We could use all those RED solo cups!!!

DIY Paint Chip Easter Egg Garland by Capreek, curbly #Easter #Decorations #Easter_Egg #curbly #Capreek

Easter Eggs

Easter Stickers at Michaels.

No-dye polka dot Easter eggs: just attach double-sided adhesive dots and roll in glitter. Super easy and super cute!