10 No Dye Easter egg ideas

Yes Mom’s, put that horrible dye away.. I am saving  clothes and carpets everywhere! Here are 10 fantastic and sanity saving ideas to have your Easter Egg decorating go off without a hitch.

Let’s get decorating!

First one is the easiest, buy cage free brown eggs and use a simple white or silver permanent marker to create simple and chic designs

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Second is also super easy, just let your kids decorate with washable markers! Just don’t let them get wet.

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Next, we got tattoo’s!!! Super easy, speedy and the kids can even put a few on to match their eggs.

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Now, lets get crafty-  pink pom poms and gold wire, ribbon or pipe cleaners will transform the eggs into rabbits, you can even have them create a bunny hutch out of an empty tissue box with some of that fake grass we put in their baskets.

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Enter fancy and adultish zone.. gold tissue creates a perfect tablescape. I think even the teenagers would want to do these 😉

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Put that extra yarn you have lying around to use. Or grab some from the dollar section.

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Have fabric scraps? Modge podge those puppies, you can even mismatch them to create a quirky Easter egg.

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Get detailed! Use some tissue paper and markers to create a nontradional egg, you could even try to do watermelon and pizza!

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Put a splat on your Sunday! Set out some old sheets and let them go crazy splattering paint for this cool effect.

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Now, if you wanna ditch the egg all together, I got something for ya… Egg shaped sugar cookies! Much easier and tasty to decorate.

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Enjoy! & Happy Easter 😉

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