This shaving cream dyed Easter eggs project is amazingly simple to do that creates a colorful collection of marbled swirls. All the ingredients for this si

DIY tie dye shaving cream (use whipped cream) Easter eggs! Such a colorful way to decorate eggs!

This tutorial also uses nail polish, but the bold indigo hue looks a little more grown-up. Get the tutorial at Alice and Lois »   - countryliving.co.uk

30 pretty ways to decorate an Easter Egg

30 AWESOME ways to dye & decorate Easter eggs with kids- so many fun ideas! My kids are going to love these!!!

30 AWESOME ways to dye & decorate Easter eggs with kids- so many fun ideas! My kids are going to love these!

These tie dye Easter eggs are SO FUN and they're so simple to make! The colours are bright and beautiful and the eggs are completely safe to eat!

Tie Dye Easter Eggs

These DIY tie dye Easter eggs are SO FUN and they're so simple to make! The colors are bright and beautiful and the eggs are completely safe to eat! The kiddos will love this new Easter Egg dying trick.

How to Dye Easter Eggs the Easy Way — With Shaving Cream! | thegoodstuff

How to Dye Easter Eggs — With Shaving Cream

Didn't matter what color we out the eggs in they came out pink in the end. Also wear gloves cause your hands get terribly stained. How to Dye Easter Eggs the Easy Way — With Shaving Cream!

There’s quite a lot of searches on the site for Easter Crafts so here’s a few egg decorating ideas for you to play with. I LOVE these Dye-ving Dudes made with craft eggs, bottle tops, elastic bands, bendy straws and felt. We’re definately going to make these – they would look funny bobbing in a [&hellip

Egg-cellent Fun

There’s quite a lot of searches on the site for Easter Crafts so here’s a few egg decorating ideas for you to play with. I LOVE these Dye-ving Dudes made with craft eggs, bottle tops, elastic bands, bendy straws and felt.

How to dye Easter eggs using old neck ties!

How To Dye Easter Eggs Using Old Silk Neckties (Yes, Ties!)

How to dye Easter eggs using old neck ties! Some dyes bleed their colors better than others.

It’s the time of year to be thinking about Easter eggs! If you and the kids love to do-it-yourself, we have the recipe for you. It will help you get bright Easter eggs with ingredients you already have in your cupboard!  No need for the expensive store bought Easter dying kits, and the kids can help with the final touches!

How to Dye Bright Easter Eggs (with food coloring)

Make bright Easter eggs with ingredients you already have in your cupboard! No need for the expensive store bought Easter dying kits, and the kids can help with the final touches!

Want something totally different and whimsical for your Easter eggs this year? Try making a wee candy dispenser. Get the tutorial at A Joyful Riot »

30 pretty ways to decorate an Easter Egg

Another no-dye option, these boho eggs rock headbands made of gypsophila. Get the tutorial at Flax & Twine »   - countryliving.co.uk

30 pretty ways to decorate an Easter Egg

Another no-dye option, these boho eggs rock headbands made of baby's breath. Get the tutorial at Flax & Twine

Water marble easter egg decorating using nail polish! Such a fun craft for older kids!

Water Marble Easter Egg Decorating

Water marble easter egg decorating using nail polish! Such a fun craft for older kids! - Marble Crafting Inc.

Create fruit + veggie-inspired Easter eggs with this DIY.

How to Decorate Easter Eggs to Look like Fruits and Veggies

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