First, dye eggs in various solid colors and then once dry, use a small-tipped brush to paint polka dots, swirls or other designs with glue onto painted eggs. Finally, sprinkle the wet glue with glitter.
Add a fun, multicolor twist to plain eggs with a marbleized effect. Simply add olive oil to the dye solution to create an unpredictable, mottled look to your eggs.
Turn colorfully dyed Easter eggs into adorable bunnies, chicks, sheep and birds. Use patterned paper so kids can cut out ears, beaks, feathers, whiskers, etc., to create springtime animals.
Use colorful or metallic markers to freehand your favorite patterns, designs and words onto plain or dyed eggs for a one-of-a-kind look.
Bring a classic Easter look to your home with adorable chick eggs. First, dye the eggs yellow and let dry. Once dry, use a permanent marker to draw on eyes, beak and wings.
Stick glue strips wherever desired on your egg. Dye your eggs, then peel off strips when dry to reveal overlapping white lines.
Tie-dyeing your Easter eggs is much easier than it seems. Lay out a paper towel and spray with white vinegar. Then, place several drops of food coloring (two to three colors) all over the paper towel. Place the egg in the middle, gather the edges of the paper towel, hold tightly and spray with vinegar until the paper towel is wet. Secure the top of the paper towel with a rubber band. Allow the colors to soak into the egg for at least two hours. When ready, remove the paper towel to reveal your beautiful, color-infused egg.