Easy Dyed Easter Egg Design

This post may contain affiliate links provided for your convenience. We earn commissions if you shop through the links on this page. I am also an Amazon Associate and earn from qualifying purchases Read my full disclosure policy.

Sharing is caring!

Impress and have fun with this easy dyed egg hack. This trick makes even the least crafty person an Easter egg decorating wiz.

My family really gets into dyeing Easter eggs. Despite being a crafter, I am not very successful at dyeing Easter eggs.  My children try to encourage me, “Oh, Mama.  Those are….nice.  You did a …. nice… job.” (I have…nice….kids).  Last year I found my secret weapon for an easy dyed Easter egg design. Whew! finally after almost 20 years.

Easy Dyed Easter Egg Design - Organized 31

In the past, I’ve shared some of my family’s favorite dyed eggs:

This trick may be the very easiest of all our dyed Easter egg designs. 

Easy Dyed Easter Egg Design  

I’ve tried using a wax crayon to create designs.  Ahhhgn.  I’ve tried using rubber bands to create designs.  One was great the other 12+ were ahhhhgn.  My new secret weapon?  Adhesive paper reinforcement rings.

Easy Dyed Easter Egg Design - Organized 31

Simply stick the reinforcements on the egg and dye the egg in store-bought dye.  You can put them on the egg and then place the egg in the dye for white circles.  Or you can dye the egg a light color, let it dry and then add the reinforcements and dye the egg a darker color.

Easy Dyed Easter Egg Design - Organized 31

Just use your fingernail to smooth the reinforcements down well.  It couldn’t be easier. I’ve stocked up on the adhesive reinforcement rings this year and now I can’t wait to dye more eggs next week.

Celebrating Easter can be both easy and fun with these tips:

Similar Posts


  1. Hi Susan – How on earth did you figure this out? What a great idea! I wonder if you could use the circles to make other images. The only thing coming to mind right now is a snowman but hummm…. I really want to color Easter Eggs at your house! Hugs, Holly

  2. Excellent way of telling, and fastidious piece of writing to get information about my presentation subject matter, which i am going to convey in school.

  3. As we don’t celebrate Easter, dying eggs is not familiar here
    I think it’s sooooooooooooo cute, and must be fun doing it.
    I sure love the colors šŸ™‚

  4. What a great idea! We love to decorate eggs, I think it is something that everyone should do, no matter what the age! Thanks for the great tip.

  5. Pingback: Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
  6. This is new to me šŸ™‚
    As we don’t celebrate Easter, we also don’t dye eggs. But it’s so beautiful, and in way it’s very artistic

  7. Pingback: 40+ Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs | Simply Southern Baking

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *