Whenever the kids were little, we would always dye Easter eggs during our Spring Breaks. It was always a fun, yet inexpensive activity to do together. A simple Paas box and a dozen eggs never disappointed. The white wax crayon, stickers, vinegar, and wire egg catcher always brought the little kid in me as well.
Now that the kids are older, I crave to dye eggs but don’t have the kids as an excuse. So, here I have found some more adult-like dyeing options that I can do this Spring Break and actually decorate the house using them.
Here are a few ideas I found:
Are you planning on dyeing Easter eggs this Spring? How do you dye yours?