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.
In the past, I’ve shared some of my family’s favorite dyed eggs:
- Dyed Easter Eggs from a Store-Bought Kit
- Dyed Egg Designs (Easy to Make)
- Meet the Dumpty Family Easter 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.
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.
Celebrating Easter can be both easy and fun with these tips:
- DIY Easter Gifts – quick, easy, frugal and uses recycled items
- Easy Easter Craft for Kids – fun and uses recycled items
- Easy Frugal Easter Treats
- Last-Minute Felt Easter Basket
- Easter Basket Stuffers – fun to make for kids or with kids
- Easy DIY Bunny Wash – a cute decoration
- Laundry Scoop Craft for Easter – an adorable decoration using recycled items
- Easter Ideas and Recipes – more than 25 Easter crafts, tips and recipes