Hint: Don't dump out the water you used to boil the eggs.
Dyeing Easter eggs is one of my favorite things to do with kids during the Easter season. We like to color them a few days before, and then display them on the table for Easter brunch. Below are my most helpful tips for dyeing your own, and some simple ideas for adding personalized patterns.
After you've achieved a vibrant base hue, you can customize with stickers, rubber bands, or tape, or add custom decorations with paint. Though I prefer to hard boil new eggs every Easter, this technique will also work with blown-out eggs that can be displayed year after year as one of your Easter traditions.