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Ready to dye Easter eggs and realized you don’t have an Easter Egg Dye Kit? No worries! This simple Easter egg dye recipe can be made quickly and using 3 normal, household ingredients you have in your pantry!
Homemade Easter Egg Dye Recipe
Are you planning to dye eggs this year for Easter? If so, you’ve got to try this easy homemade version of Easter Egg Dye.
We have made our own Easter Egg Dye for a few years now. Mostly because I usually forget to buy a kit (oops!), but I’ve come to love making our own for lots of reasons! And I think you’ll like it, too!
Why Should You Make Own?
- Making your own egg dye is much cheaper than egg kits.
- If you don’t have access to an egg-dyeing kit, no problem!
- You can control the colors/vibrancy you get!
What You Need:
- food coloring
- mugs or bowls
That’s it! With just these basic ingredients you can create your own Easter egg dye!
If you’re still not convinced, of course you can buy a Easter Egg dyeing kit, but I really think you’ll like this homemade version.
Other Easter Egg Decorating Ideas:
And don’t worry, if you aren’t feeling brave to color Easter eggs (but these 5 tips for dyeing Easter eggs with kids might help!), you can always try decorating eggs using other fun ways including:
Here’s the Recipe!Print
- 10–15 drops food coloring in each color
- 1 tsp. white vinegar
- 1/2 cup boiling water
- Mix all together.
- Place each color in separate cup or mug to dye.