DIY Dip Dyed Easter Eggs

There are so many ways to make nice Easter eggs yourself on a creative way. We collected some of our favorite ideas for you to try. Have fun!

Dip Dyed Easter Eggs

Dip Dye Easter Eggs

via  Oh Joy Blogs

What you need:
Hard-boiled eggs
Paper bags
Cake rack
Neon food coloring
Vinegar
Water
Rubber gloves
PAAS ” color cups ” dying kit

Here’s how it works:

  1. Boil the eggs , remove it from the water and let them dry and cool.
  2. Cover the work surface with , for example, paper bags you attaching them with adhesive tape to the counter to makesure that they do not move.
  3. Take a rack to dry the eggs.
  4. Mix a teaspoon of vinegar , 25 drops of food coloring and 1/ 2 cup hot water in a ” paint pot ” and stir it .
  5. Once the eggs completely cooled, and their shells are completely dry , begin with dying the eggs.

The longer the egg in the dye bath is , the deeper the color will be . As a rule, you need 10 to 15 minutes a deep, luminous color.

Make craft a ladle of thick wire and use the shells you have on hand .

In order to create gradations of color, the egg dip once quickly for the brightest color.
Then dip the egg again , not quite as deep as the first time and leave it for 3 to 5 minutes to rest . Lift again to create a third band of color , and leave it in the dye for another 5 minutes or longer for a deeper color.

To create a two colored egg dip in one color , leave the egg on the drying rack for 15 minutes. Finally, dip the other end in a second color.

Have fun ! Read the full DIY tip on Oh Joy Blogs

Paint your Easter Eggs with watercolor

Pantone-easter-eggs

What you need:

Hard-boiled eggs
watercolor
Soft, thin brushes of different masses

How it works:
Let your imagination run wild and paint patterns, faces, mustaches or flowers on your eggs.

Happy Easter!