Easter Egg Dye Baths - The BEST dye instructions for Easter Eggs. Really bright colors! And all you need is vinegar, food coloring and water.

My favorite part of Easter might be dyeing eggs. This year, we did 3 dozen eggs total — the kids dyed 2 dozen, and I reserved a dozen just for me. Because that’s how Design Mom rolls. (I like making things!)

For colors, I mixed Easter Egg dye baths in glass containers using NotMartha’s dye recipe. Usually, we use plastic or metal bowls and I realized the glass jars are so much prettier. I was in love with how they looked. Gorgeous, right?

These Easter Egg dye baths produce the most intense colors. You can see how the eggs turned out here.

P.S. — Natural Easter egg dye tutorial, made with common foods.

Easter Egg Dye Baths. The BEST dye instructions for Easter Eggs. Really bright colors! And all you need is vinegar, food coloring and water.