Cool Dyeing Easter Eggs With Food Coloring Ideas. How to dye easter eggs without a kit: Using a spoon, lower a boiled egg into each container.
For this method, you want to put rice in your bag, add in the food coloring & vinegar, and mix it all up before adding the egg in. Place eggs in a saucepan and cover completely with cold water (up to an inch above the eggs). Grab the tongs and carefully pull out the egg.
Remove The Eggs And Place On A Wire Rack Over Paper Toweling Until Completely Dry.
Then, add ½ cup of boiling water to the mixture. If you would like a darker hue leave the egg for a few more minutes. Allow the eggs to sit for 5 minutes or more.
Leave The Egg In The Cup.
(this isn’t recommended for young kids.) let the rubber cement solidify, then dip the egg into a second cup of contrasting dye. Remove the eggs and place on a wire rack over paper towel or wax paper until completely dry. Repeat for each color combination you want.
Use A Spoon To Remove The Egg From The Dye.
Lower an egg carefully into the colored water. Add 1 teaspoon of white vinegar and 20 drops of food coloring to a glass bowl that is big enough to submerge an egg in. Use a slotted spoon to remove the eggs from the container and allow to dry.
Pour 2 Tablespoons Of White Vinegar Into Each Jar, Then Stir In The Food Coloring.
Add several drops of food coloring to each cup and stir well enough that the coloring dissolves completely. Remove eggs from dye with tongs. Finally add in the food coloring.
I Just Used Our Hottest Tap Water.
The longer the egg rests in the dye, the darker the color will be. First, add one cup of rice each to six ziploc bags or plastic cups. I like this method because it was easy to shake the egg in.