Creative & Unique Easter Egg Dying Ideas

An orangoutang holds an easter egg in th
An orangoutang holds an easter egg in th
Rhenen, NETHERLANDS: An orangoutang holds an easter egg in the Ouwehands Animal Park, 06 April 2007, in Rhenen. Many animals will be allowed to go and search for easter eggs. AFP PHOTO / ANP PHOTO / VINCENT JANNINK / NETHERLANDS OUT (Photo credit should read VINCENT JANNINK/AFP/Getty Images)
Colored eggs are stocked on March 30, 20
Colored eggs are stocked on March 30, 20
Colored eggs are stocked on March 30, 2012 at the egg dye factory in Thannhausen, southern Germany. During the Easter season, the plant produces daily around 180,000 hard-boiled and dyed eggs. AFP PHOTO / KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND/AFP/Getty Images)
An orangoutang eats an easter egg in the
An orangoutang eats an easter egg in the
Rhenen, NETHERLANDS: An orangoutang eats an easter egg in the Ouwehands Animal Park, 06 April 2007, in Rhenen. Many animals will be allowed to go and search for easter eggs. AFP PHOTO / ANP PHOTO / VINCENT JANNINK / NETHERLANDS OUT (Photo credit should read VINCENT JANNINK/AFP/Getty Images)
A baby orangoutang holds an easter egg i
A baby orangoutang holds an easter egg i
Rhenen, NETHERLANDS: A baby orangoutang holds an easter egg in the Ouwehands Animal Park, 06 April 2007, in Rhenen. Many animals will be allowed to go and search for easter eggs. AFP PHOTO / ANP PHOTO / VINCENT JANNINK / NETHERLANDS OUT (Photo credit should read VINCENT JANNINK/AFP/Getty Images)
Indian Catholic Sandra Jacob poses with
Indian Catholic Sandra Jacob poses with
Indian Catholic Sandra Jacob poses with an Easter egg made from marzipan at her home in Hyderabad on April 8, 2009, to mark Easter Day. A popular Easter tradition is the distribution of colourfully painted eggs usually made from chocolate. Christians around the world are celebrating Easter, which marks the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his resurrection. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM (Photo credit should read NOAH SEELAM/AFP/Getty Images)
Indian Catholic Sandra Jacob inspects an
Indian Catholic Sandra Jacob inspects an
Indian Catholic Sandra Jacob inspects an Easter egg made from marzipan at her home in Hyderabad on April 8, 2009, prepared to mark Easter Day. A popular Easter tradition is the distribution of colourfully painted eggs usually made from chocolate. Christians around the world are celebrating Easter, which marks the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his resurrection. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM (Photo credit should read NOAH SEELAM/AFP/Getty Images)
Workers wrap a giant Easter egg at the p
Workers wrap a giant Easter egg at the p
Workers wrap a giant Easter egg at the production line of a chocolate factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 9, 2009. From the four 165 kg eggs, that are 1,20m tall, 6cm thick and contain 3705 small chocolate candies each, two were donated and the other two were sold at 14.743 thousand reais (aproximately 6.700 US dollars). AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA - MORE PICTURES IN IMAGE FORUM (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at th
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at th
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at the production line of a chocolate factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 9, 2009. From the four 165 kg eggs, that are 1,20m tall, 6cm thick and contain 3705 small chocolate candies each, two were donated and the other two were sold at 14.743 thousand reais (aproximately 6.700 US dollars). AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA - MORE PICTURES IN IMAGE FORUM (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Workers prepare the stuffing and wrappin
Workers prepare the stuffing and wrappin
Workers prepare the stuffing and wrapping of a giant Easter egg at the production line of a chocolate factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 9, 2009. From the four 165 kg eggs, that are 1,20m tall, 6cm thick and contain 3705 small chocolate candies each, two were donated and the other two were sold at 14.743 thousand reais (aproximately 6.700 US dollars). AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Workers make, with melted chocolate, the
Workers make, with melted chocolate, the
Workers make, with melted chocolate, the second layer of a giant Easter egg inside a cold store at the production line of a chocolate factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 9, 2009. From the four 165 kg eggs, that are 1,20m tall, 6cm thick and contain 3705 small chocolate candies each, two were donated and the other two were sold at 14.743 thousand reais (aproximately 6.700 US dollars). AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
SCHLEIFE, GERMANY - MARCH 21: Easter eggs painted in traditional Sorbian motives lie on display and for sale at the annual Easter egg market on March 21, 2010 in Schleife, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at th
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at th
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at the production line of a chocolate factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 9, 2009. From the four 165 kg eggs, that are 1,20m tall, 6cm thick and contain 3705 small chocolate candies each, two were donated and the other two were sold at 14.743 thousand reais (aproximately 6.700 US dollars). AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA - MORE PICTURES IN IMAGE FORUM (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
SCHLEIFE, GERMANY - MARCH 21: Easter eggs painted in traditional Sorbian motives lie on display and for sale at the annual Easter egg market on March 21, 2010 in Schleife, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at th
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at th
Workers prepare a giant Easter egg at the production line of a chocolate factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 9, 2009. From the four 165 kg eggs, that are 1,20m tall, 6cm thick and contain 3705 small chocolate candies each, two were donated and the other two were sold at 14.743 thousand reais (aproximately 6.700 US dollars). AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Polish-descent Brazilian, Jorge Serathiu
Polish-descent Brazilian, Jorge Serathiu
Polish-descent Brazilian, Jorge Serathiuk, paints an ostrich egg for a traditional Easter celebration in Curitiba, southern Brazil on April 12, 2009. Folk groups from Italian, Polish and Ukrainian-descent gather to partake in their traditional Easter celebrations. AFP PHOTO/Orlando Kissner (Photo credit should read ORLANDO KISSNER/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
SCHLEIFE, GERMANY - MARCH 21: Easter eggs painted in traditional Sorbian motives lie on display and for sale at the annual Easter egg market on March 21, 2010 in Schleife, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Kew Launch Their New Treehouse Towers Play Area With An Easter Egg Hunt
Kew Launch Their New Treehouse Towers Play Area With An Easter Egg Hunt
LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 30: Children play on the new Treehouse Towers at Kew gardens on March 30, 2010 in London, England. The new tree themed outdoor play area opens to the public from Good Friday to coincide with Kew's Easter Festival. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Decorative "Sphere of Good and of Spirit
Decorative "Sphere of Good and of Spirit
Decorative "Sphere of Good and of Spiritual Renaissance" by Ukrainian artist Oksana Mas stands in front of Kiev-Pecherskaya Lavra cathedral in Kiev during the opening ceremony on April 2, 2010. The sphere made with 3000 traditional Easter eggs made with wood and painted in traditional Ukrainian style was opened before Easter, main religious holiday of the Orthodox Church . AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY (Photo credit should read SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
SCHLEIFE, GERMANY - MARCH 21: Easter eggs painted in traditional Sorbian motives lie on display and for sale at the annual Easter egg market on March 21, 2010 in Schleife, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
A girl finishes a hand decorated Easter
A girl finishes a hand decorated Easter
A girl finishes a hand decorated Easter egg on April 1, 2010, in Belgrade. Traditionally Orthodox Serbs observe Easter according to the old Julian calendar, which this year falls also on April 4. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
Sorbians Prepare For Easter
LEHDE, GERMANY - APRIL 03: Painted easter eggs in traditional Sorbian motives are pictured on the season opening of the open-air museum Lehde on April 3, 2010 in Lehde, near Lubbenau, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
A couple of girls finish a hand decorate
A couple of girls finish a hand decorate
A couple of girls finish a hand decorated Easter egg on April 1, 2010, in Belgrade. Traditionally Orthodox Serbs observe Easter according to the old Julian calendar, which this year falls also on April 4. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Isabelle WESSELI
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Isabelle WESSELI
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Isabelle WESSELINGH George Frol (L), 28, his mother (C) and sister (R) show their painted easter eggs at their house in Sarichioi village, 250kms east of Bucharest on April 3, 2010. The Lipovans fled religious persecutions in Russia 300 years ago. Exiled to the Danube delta, in a far-flung corner of Romania, they lived through Ottoman domination and a communist dictatorship.Lipovans are officially about 38,000 in Romania, a country of 22 million, but they are most likely around 100,000 according to historians and church registers. AFP PHOTO DANIEL MIHAILESCU (Photo credit should read DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images)
A girl participates in a giant tradition
A girl participates in a giant tradition
A girl participates in a giant traditional Easter egg search on April 24, 2011 in the Buttes-Chaumont parc, in Paris. The charity event is organised by the French assossiation "Secours Populaire" to support projects in quake hit Haiti. AFP PHOTO PIERRE VERDY (Photo credit should read PIERRE VERDY/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Silvia Richter from the city Cottbus, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Melanie Baier from the village Obergurig wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
One-year-old Macie Zehring from Rayford,
One-year-old Macie Zehring from Rayford,
One-year-old Macie Zehring from Rayford, North Carolina, carries an easter egg during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll hosted by US President Barack Obama on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, April 5, 2010. More than 30,000 people from all 50 states will visit the annual event, dating back to 1878, which includes live musical performances, a storytime stage, chef events and an easter egg hunt. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Melanie Baier from the village Obergurig wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Silvia Richter from the city Cottbus, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: A woman, paints an traditional Lusatian sorbian folk Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: A woman, paints an traditional Lusatian sorbian folk Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Dorothea Tschoeke (L), from the village Sabrodt, talks with Silvia Richter (R) from the city Cottbus, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, at the annual Sorbian Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Sigrid Bolduan from the village Klein Loitz, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Two women, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, talk at the annual Sorbian Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Two women, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, talk at the annual Sorbian Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: A woman, paints an traditional Lusatian sorbian folk Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Sylvia Panoscha, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, carries a box of eggs painted with traditional sobian motives at the annual traditional Sorbian Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Ute Zschieschang from the village Bergen, wearing a traditional Lusatian sorbian folk dress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Painted an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Painted an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
An employee controls the quality of colo
An employee controls the quality of colo
(Photo by KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND/AFP/Getty Images)
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
Sorbians Prepare Easter Eggs
HOYERSWERDA, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Painted Easter eggs in traditional Sorbian motives hang in the tree at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, near Hoyerswerda, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
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