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Crepe paper Easter egg dye recipe

Get your kids into the Easter spirit fast with this super-easy crepe paper Easter egg dye recipe. The brighter the colour of crepe paper you choose - the more fun the colour of the egg! This recipe is also a great kids Easter craft to keep them busy over the Easter holidays.



  • Different colour crepe paper
  • Hot water
  • Small bowls or cups
  • Slotted spoon
  • Cooking oil
  • Soft cloth


Soak crepe paper in hot water in individual bowls or cups for each colour.

Add eggs and allow to sit in water until he desired colour is achieved.

Remove with slotted spoon and allow to dry.

Polish with small amount of cooking oil and soft cloth.


  • Also try making Easter egg dyes with natural ingredients.
  • Dyeing eggs naturally is as much a science experiment for the kids as an art and craft activity. By experimenting with different foods, you can create a rainbow of colours with which to dye your Easter eggs.
  • Hardboil your eggs first, and the kids can draw on the eggs with crayons before you dye them. The patterns will appear once they are coloured.
  • If you want to keep your dyed eggs for a long time, you will need to blow out the contents of the egg. This can be tricky, so perhaps it's easier to simply make a basket full of colourful, hard-boiled eggs that will last as long as the chocolate stash from the Easter bunny.
  • Thanks to our sister company Kidspot Australia, for creating the instructional video.

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