The Best Egg Decorating Kits for At-Home Easter Fun
No plain, white eggs this season! Create the most eye-catching Easter eggs with these vivid color and pattern ideas.
One of my favorite Easter traditions is dyeing eggs with my kids. In the past, I've opted for mixing food coloring in water and vinegar to make fun, bright hues. We also love to leave our eggs in the dye for 30 minutes to an hour to create uber-saturated eggs.
This year, as we search for ways to entertain our kiddos at home, while still creating wonderful memories, I'm looking for different ways to spice up our beloved tradition. Keep scrolling to discover these creative and clever egg decorating ideas that can all be delivered right to your door.
Kid Made Modern's Egg Painting Party Kit is the perfect way to welcome spring. Let little ones turn wooden eggs into wonderful works of art using an assortment of brightly colored craft supplies, like glitter, paint, sequins, googly eyes and more.
Create beautifully colored, naturally dyed Easter eggs with this unique kit from Eco Kids. It features vibrant, non-toxic coloring packets made from all-natural vegetable and plant extracts, including sweet potato and radish powders. Plus, kids and parents can follow the simple, step-by-step instructions to grow a grassy nest that's perfect for displaying your egg creations.
This clever twist on egg dyeing transfers the vibrant colors and patterns from silk to your eggs. Using recycled vintage silk from saris, you tie an egg into a scrap, dip it in a combo of vinegar and boiling water and then unwrap to reveal the elaborate design.
These egg dyes are made from fruits, herbs and veggies and require only hot water to prep them for use. The four color packets can be mixed to make six to seven hues, and most importantly, you have a worry-free dyeing experience with no artificial colors or GMOs.
Try your hand at Pysanky — a traditional Ukrainian egg decorating style — with this beginner kit. The folk design uses a stylus and beeswax to hand-draw your creation on the eggs, and the beeswax seals the color underneath so that when you dye it, your design remains.