5 Frugal Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

5 Frugal Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

5 Frugal Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

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by MoneySavingQueen.com

MoneySavingQueen

Posted on March 23, 2013 at 1:01 PM

Updated Wednesday, Mar 27 at 4:02 AM

Want to change things up a bit this year? In our house, we have an egg allergy so we're not big egg dyeing fans but I know most people do dye Easter eggs.  I've seen some super cute posts recently with frugal methods I'd like to share with you.

{5 Frugal Ways to Dye Easter Eggs}

1. Kool-Aid Easter Eggs: Yep, use Kool-Aid. Who knew? It's cheap and super easy plus, you can always drink it too. Ok, maybe you don't want to do that. Moving on....

2. Glitter Eggs: There are a ton of other egg ideas on this website too. I love glitter personally so I'm all over this one.

3. Chalk Eggs: All you have to do is paint your eggs with chalkboard paint then let the kids draw or write on them with chalk. It's that easy. Plus, if you make a mistake, you can wipe it off and start again!

4. Natural Egg Dye: Learn how to dye your eggs with nature like blueberries! How cool is that?

5. Fabric Wrapped Easter Eggs: Very creative. You can also make it even easier by making Mod Podge eggs, just get the paper and Mod Podge to your heart's desire.

Get your egg dye on! I can still smell the egg dye from when I was a kid, I'm thinking the Kool-aid probably smells much better than vinegar! :)

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