Why not add an outdoorsy theme to your Easter egg hunt this year?

While the method shown in this video is not specifically for camouflage Easter eggs a few minor tweaks will make it perfect for your hunting-themed egg hunt. Instead of using the bright neon and pastels shown in the video you can substitute different shades of green and brown for that authentic camo look. Also, instead of using white eggs try this method of brown eggs. That will mean you only have to use different green colored food dyes.

In addition to looking cool camouflage Easter eggs will as make finding them bigger challenge for the kids.

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5 thoughts on “Video: How to Camo Dye Easter Eggs

    1. “Instead of using the bright neon and pastels shown in the video you can substitute different shades of green and brown for that authentic camo look. Also, instead of using white eggs try this method of brown eggs. That will mean you only have to use different green colored food dyes.”

      You’re not going to get them like they’re pictured..if that is what you and Tom are hoping for. Those are most likely photo shopped.

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