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Welcome to Day 3 of our Easter Egg Decorating series, in day 1 we learned how to dye eggs using vinegar, water & food coloring, that is the recipe we will be using to dye our eggs today as well. In day 2 we learned how to make wax crayon resist Easter Eggs!

Today I will be teaching you how to make marbelized Easter Eggs! I found this great idea on Pinterest and thought it would be a fun and unique way to decorate our Easter Eggs this year. This is such an easy way to decorate Easter Eggs it only took about 20 minutes to make (not including the time for them to sit and soak up the color)

Marbleized Easter Eggs

Supplies Needed:
  • Take your hardboiled eggs and crack the shells on them, being careful to keep the shell on the egg still



  • Let the eggs sit in the bags for about 30 minutes to soak up a good amount of coloring.
  • Remove eggs from bag and take shells off your eggs.

We save our egg shells and let them dry to make egg shell art pictures!
I think they turned out so beautiful and colorful!!
For more great Easter Ideas we have shared about stop over and visit our Easter ideas page.

Our Favorite Easter Activities for Kids Resources we use in our Homeschool found on Amazon (aff. links)

  • Bunny Egg Dippers
  • Wilton Food Coloring Gel


  • Big Egg Dying Tray
  • Resurrection Eggs


  • Plastic Easter Eggs
  • Egglo Easter Eggs


Our Favorite Easter Stories On Amazon (Aff. Links)

  • Benjamin’s Box
  • Lily’s Easter Party


  • The Week That Led to Easter
  • Read and Share The Story of Easter


  • My Special Easter Stories
  • Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story


More Easter Activities for kids Ideas Can Be Found On My Easter Pinterest Board!

Follow Mama Of Many Blessings’s board Easter Ideas For Kids on Pinterest.


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    • Debbie,
      I sure love how they turned out too, they are so unique. I hope your daughter enjoys them too. Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful week!!

  1. Interesting. I’ve not seen marbleized eggs done like this. I like that this is less messy than the shaving cream method! lol I’m stopping by from the Meandering Mondays hop. 🙂

    • Alicia,
      It is such a unique idea, and yes much less messy then the shaving cream method. We have never tried that due to the mess factor lol. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a blessed week!


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