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Learn How to Make DIY Dyed Ombre Easter Eggs – These Are So Cool!

These DIY Ombre Easter eggs are a neat Easter treat, they’re fun to make and I just love the color gradient! If you’re looking for some fun egg decorating ideas, try these cool Easter eggs.

DIY Ombre Easter Eggs - learn how to make ombre eggs for Easter, love the bright colors!

Ombre dyed Easter eggs

We’re having a little Easter fun around here, we love dying eggs every year and we thought it would be cool to try something new! Ombre is such a fun hair trend, I’d seen some Easter eggs like it and I wanted to see if I could make them, too.

Green dyed Ombre Easter Egg

Create an ombre Easter basket!

These DIY Ombre Easter eggs are so fun, use them as Easter decor or eat them up. All You need are some hard-boiled eggs, vinegar, dye, and an upright container, and you slowly add water to make the color gradient. Try making these at home this weekend!

DIY Ombre Easter Eggs – How to make them

Let’s get started with these cool Easter eggs. This is a pretty easy tip for coloring Easter eggs. If you love the look of ombre gradient colors, here is what you will need to make them.

Materials needed for these dyed eggs:

  • large white eggs, hard-boiled
  • Easter egg dye color kit
  • white vinegar
  • plastic cup or container

Materials needed for these dyed eggs: - Making DIY Ombre Easter eggs

Step 1: Partially fill cups with vinegar and dye

First, fill the bottom part of your cup with the desired color dye or tablet and about 2 tablespoons of vinegar. Place the bottom of the egg upright against the side of the container. Allow the egg to sit for about 2 minutes, then add more vinegar to about the halfway mark.

Note: Make sure your eggs are sturdy so they don’t tip over! I accidentally dropped the pink egg in the photo above. If you do too, hurry up and rescue it, take it out and set it upright. It will still work!

How to make Ombre Easter eggs

Step 2: Gradually add more vinegar to each cup

Continue to add more and more vinegar, slowly over time until the egg is completely covered. When it’s finished, pull it out with the wire egg holders from your Easter egg dyeing kit and allow them to dry before placing into an Easter basket or display. I just love how they turned out!

How to make Ombre Eggs, Gradient dyed Easter Eggs

Enjoy making these colorful Easter eggs!

I hope you learned how to make ombre Easter eggs! The bright colors are so gorgeous, next time, I want to leave them in for a little bit longer to make each color gradient more distinct. Try making these DIY Ombre Easter eggs at home this Easter Sunday.

DIY Ombre Easter eggs - cool egg decorating ideas

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