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It’s that time of the year where eggs have a whole other meaning and come with a bunch of Easter activities and Easter crafts that your kids can indulge in. But, before you get your hands dirty and come up with the best egg decorating ideas in Easter 2020, you need to understand how to dye beautiful Easter eggs naturally.
Whether you want to make them edible or you are just looking for healthier alternatives for your Easter egg ideas, you’ll find a few super cool and creative ways to dying eggs with food coloring. These egg dying ideas are easy Easter crafts to enjoy with your kids at home during quarantine.
Edible Easter egg coloring ideas
The best thing about these eggs is that while your kids will definitely have a blast making them and getting creative with their designs, they’re edible, too! So, after you’ve enjoyed making some great artwork and Easter arts and crafts, your children can actually eat them, making sure that no eggs go to waste.
How to dye Easter eggs with natural colors
How to make natural food coloring to dye your Easter eggs
How to dye Easter eggs with natural ingredients
Dying eggs with whipped cream
Dying eggs with shaving cream
Take care that these will NOT be edible, though. But, your kids will still have loads of fun!