Easy to Make Tie-Dye Easter Eggs for Kids

Tie-dye Easter eggs for kids

I’ve been searching for easy ways to decorate eggs with the boys for Easter. I came across these cool tie-dye Easter eggs by One Little Project and had to try it. I used plastic craft eggs from Walmart for this activity. They turned out just as good as the hard-boiled eggs. Make sure to use gloves so you don’t stain your hands. Hope you enjoy making these tie-dye Easter eggs with your kids!

Easy to Make Tie-Dye Easter Eggs Using Paper Towels for Kids

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Supplies for Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

Directions

  1. Start by wrapping an egg (plastic or hard-boiled) inside a paper towel then tie it with a rubber band. If you don’t have a rubber band, use an elastic hair tie.
  2. Next, randomly drop food coloring on paper towel covered egg. Leave spaces in between the colors.
  3. Use a spray bottle to spray water all over the paper towel so the colors bleed together. If you don’t have a spray bottle, fill a cup with water and drip it off your fingers until the colors spread.
  4. Finally, gently squeeze the egg over the sink if there’s any extra water. Let it dry on a plate or tray for a few hours or overnight then unwrap it!

These tie-dye Easter eggs are beautiful and easy to make! I love that you can use any color to decorate your eggs. Yes, I used plastic craft eggs for this project, and they turned out perfect.

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Watch the video below to see how I created this tie-dye Easter egg. Make sure to follow me on Instagram for more fun content!

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