White eggs are traditionally used for bright jewel-toned eggs, and brown eggs dye beautifully into rich, earthy colors. Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_15896_dye-easter-eggs.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
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.
Jade, Radiant Orchid, and Other Exotic Easter Egg Colors You Need to Try
Ditch the egg-dyeing kit! These assorted and neon colors are family friendly and easy to make for the Easter season. Love using food coloring for easter eggs...much more vibrant. cup boiled water, 1 tsp vinegar and drops accordingly for color drops)