16 Fun Ways To Decorate Easter Eggs Without a Dye

This year, Easter might be different. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, families will spend Easter at home in a small circle, probably in isolation. Those are the predictions.

But that doesn’t mean you should not decorate your home for the Holiday. And with that in mind, we want to give you some fun and interesting ideas for decorating Easter eggs. Usually, we give Easter eggs as gifts for Easter. Some of us hide them in the house.

No matter your tradition, we always decorate Easter Eggs. Well, this time, we want to give you some ideas for decorating without dye.

1. Bunny Eggs

Tutorial: littleredwindow.com

Well, it is the Easter bunny that delivers and hides the eggs, right? With that in mind, we start off our adventure with some bunny eggs. This decoration is quite simply, all you need is some fabric or material to draw bunny ears and bunny legs.

Turn your white eggs into adorable little bunnies. Simple and fun.

2. T-Shirt Yarn Wrapped Eggs

Tutorial: generation-t.com

If you want colors but you do not have dye, there are other ways to decorate your Easter eggs. One of those is to use yarn. All you have to do is wrap your eggs with your favorite color. The trick is how to tie them in the end. Well, do not worry, we have the guide for you.

3. Tissue Paper Color Transfer Easter Eggs

Tutorial: itsalwaysautumn.com

This is an age-old trick. It is great when you want to decorate the eggs in color, but you want something mystical and mysterious. Do you want colors that go from one to another in a heartbeat? If that is the case, the tissue paper trick is the way to go.

4. Pipe Cleaner Easter Eggs

Tutorial: thenerdswife.com

Again, we go for the bunny eggs. Only this time, we use a different material to “create” the bunny ears. Who says bunnies come in only one color? You can try different colors and play as much as you like. After all, it is the holidays.

5. Paper And Peeps Decoupage Eggs

Tutorial: jennicanknit.blogspot.com

One of the simplest ways to create fun-looking Easter eggs is with paper. You do not need colors or dye. All you need is some old newspapers and magazines. Cut the paper and wrap your eggs with it.

6. Nobseur Sticker Eggs

Tutorial: thecraftygentleman.net

Do you want your eggs to be elegant and sophisticated? Well, it is time to bring Monsieur into the home. You can create these eggs with stickers. And even if you do not have stickers, you can certainly draw some mustaches. Right?

7. Ribbon Wrapped Eggs

Tutorial: designimprovised.com

Do you want to get fancy again? We had the Monsieur eggs. Well, now we go for some girly version of the classy and elegant decoration. And for that you need ribbon. Yes, you can turn your eggs into little brides and bridesmaids. Fun, right?

8. Washi Tape Easter Eggs

Tutorial: lovelyindeed.com

Well, we are now to the part of the simplest and easiest way to decorate Easter eggs without dye. And that is washi tape. The best part about washi tape is versatility. You can find hundreds of different patterns and decorations on the market.

And you probably have some at home already. Time to put into work.

9. Fabric Covered Easter Eggs

Tutorial: mypoppet.com.au

We talked how you can use yarn before. But why stop there? There are so many different fabrics. They come in different colors, patterns, and more. If you like your eggs to be unique, use your own fabric at home. You can be sure nobody else has the same fabrics.

10. Gold Leaf Easter Eggs

Tutorial: goldstandardworkshop.com

Sometimes, the simplest solution is the best one. Why complicate things, when you can put some gold, and be done with it. Play with different shapes.

11. Glitter Easter Eggs

Tutorial:  lilluna.com

Continuing that simple and easy, yet elegant style, we have another idea. Glitter works just as good as gold. Even more, you can combine them together. No, not on the same egg. But put some glitter and some gold eggs in your basket.

12. Decoupage Easter Eggs

Tutorial: bywilma.com

Decoupage is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it. Combine it with special effects like gold leaf or other decorative elements. This technique works best for small boxes and furniture objects. But you can apply it to your Easter eggs as well. Find some cutouts from magazines or other papers.

13. Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs

Tutorial: thecraftedlife.com

Do you love tattoos? Do you have one? Would you put a temporary tattoo on your body? Well, why not on your eggs. You can use the same color you use for temporary tattoo for your eggs.

The trick here is you have to master the craft of drawing and painting objects.

14. Yarn Wrapped Easter Egg Bunny

Tutorial: inspirationmadesimple.com

We had some yarn wrapped eggs at the beginning. But those were simple. Now, we want to take things to the next level. Let’s make the Easter bunny with yarn. Can you? Will you?

If you like some help, invite your kids. This is a great family bonding time activity.

15. Pressed Flower Easter Eggs

Tutorial: cloverhome.nl

All you need for this decoration is some pressed flowers. To stay true to the Easter spirit, use some early bloomers. For example, daffodils, crocus, and pansies. These announce the arrival of spring. And they deserve a spot on your Easter eggs.

16. Bling Wrap Princess Themed Eggs

Tutorial: funmoneymom.com

If your craft drawers are full of bling, it is time to put them into use. And what better way to do that than some Disney-princess themed Easter Eggs. Most of us love Disney princesses. And now, you have a chance to bring the princess spirit to your Easter Eggs.

This is the last of our ideas for Easter eggs without dye. We know there are probably hundreds of more. And if you have any other idea, share with us in the comments section.

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