Once you peel the eggs, the fun is gone and you are left with a plain white boiled egg. This year, peel the eggs first and then dye them to create a rainbow of colored Easter eggs that kids and adults will love!
Coloring Easter Eggs has never been easier! For these Easy Dyed Easter Eggs you only need two ingredients, shaving cream and food coloring! Don't forget your for easy clean up! ad (Two Ingredients Eggs)
Coloring Easter Eggs: A Dozen Ways to Color a Dozen Eggs
Coloring Easter Eggs w/ Rubber Cement -- dyeing Easter eggs with gel food coloring and this rubber cement technique produces some spectacularly high contrast, gorgeous abstract designs! Use it on blown-out eggs to preserve these cool Easter Eggs for years
Coloring Easter Eggs w/ Rubber Cement -- this rubber cement Easter eggs technique produces some spectacularly high contrast, gorgeous abstract designs! Works great on hard-boiled eggs or use it on blown-out eggs to preserve them for years to come.