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One of our favorite ways to dye eggs is using cool whip!
Using cool whip to dye Easter eggs is not only fun, you can learn about color recognition and learn about Easter.
I’ll be sharing below how easy this egg dyeing craft was to make and how you can go about it too!
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Dyeing Easter Eggs Using Cool Whip
My rainbow children totally love all of the colors of the rainbow and so we used the following colors to dye our eggs:
Coloring Easter eggs with cool whip is so much fun and we added an extra step to it!
I used our washi tape so that we can create a design on our Easter eggs.
When removed, it created a really neat design that came out so pretty!
Below are the supplies that we used to dye our Easter eggs:
Hard Boiled Eggs
Small Bowls or Plastic Cups
Plastic Spoons for Mixing
A pair of disposable gloves
How to make Cool Whip Easter Eggs:
Here are the steps I took for how to dye eggs with cool whip:
Hard boil eggs
Cool Easter eggs down completely, add washi tape to your eggs to create a design.
Place kids paint into cup.
Then, add a about one tablespoon of cool whip into cup.
Put on disposable gloves.
Swirl the kids paint and cool whip together so that it mixes coherently.
Lay the colored eggs onto parchment paper/ paper towel. (about 1 hour).
Wipe with a paper towel or wash off with sink water.
Voila! You’ve made cool whip dyed Easter eggs!
Cool Whip Easter eggs are a very simple and fun process.
Note: If using vinegar, be sure to soak your eggs in the water for a couple of minutes.
Vinegar is known to increase the colors of the dyed eggs resulting in brighter colored eggs.
I hope you enjoyed this fun and easy way to dye eggs.
If you try it out, please share with me in the comments below.
I love seeing your creations! 🙂
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