Easter Egg Dying Ideas


Last night we dyed Easter Eggs and the kids had so much fun, even with high fevers and strep throat. This year we went with just basic egg dying, no fancy kits since everyone is under the weather. We went through 2 1/2 dozen eggs in about 20 minutes and the kids wanted more (total mom mistake what was I thinking only 2 1/2 dozen eggs). Here are some pictures of our fun. Are you dying eggs this year?

I found some great posts on Pinterest on fancy egg dying that I hope to try out next year. Check out these creative ideas!

Natural Easter Egg Dyes


Silhouette Easter Eggs



Crayon Easter Eggs

Painted Easter Eggs

Tissue Covered Easter Eggs

Source: weefolkart.com via Ellen on Pinterest

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About Ellen Peppercorn

Hi my name is Ellen Peppercorn and I am a 32 year old happily married mom to 5 little girls living in Columbus, Ohio. My husband, my five girls and my faith are the most important things in my life, they are my world! After starting That Chic Mom (formerly Thrifty & Chic Mom) five years ago I am happily blogging daily here about all of the things I love… fashion, beauty, family, cooking and all the products that help me be a better mom or make my life easier as a mom.


  1. You can find so many awesome things on Pinterest! Recently, my mom and sister found a pin for silk tie dyed Easter eggs-How neat is that!?

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