Coloring Easter Eggs

Coloring Easter Eggs is an easy and fun activity for children. Our charming coloring pages, instructions and activity sheets are freely available to print from our site.

There's a recipe for coloring Easter eggs on this page as well as more coloring sheets for your children to enjoy. Keep scrolling down for a page of fun!

Instructions for Coloring Easter Eggs

If you want to learn how to color Easter eggs then this recipe will give you step by step instructions for coloring and decorating. This is a fun activity for children and their parents to do together. Please note: This activity needs strict adult supervision as it involves the use of boiling water.

What you will need:

    4 cups (able to take boiling water; may be stained with food dye)
    1 teaspoon
    1 large spoon
    Paper towels
    Boiling water
    4 teaspoons of vinegar
    Yellow, green, blue and red food dyes
    Hard boiled eggs
    Decorations - markers, glue, sequins, ribbon, wool, lace, buttons, etcetera

What to do:

    1. If you haven't boiled your eggs then do so by placing them in a saucepan of water. Heat the water until it has been boiling for approximately 15 minutes. Drain the water, then add cold water to cover the eggs and allow to cool.
    2. Half fill each cup with the boiling water.
    3. Add one teaspoon of vinegar to each cup.
    4. Put 20 drops of yellow food dye in one cup. Stir. Repeat with the remaining food dyes in the other cups.
    5. Use the large spoon to carefully lower 1 egg in each cup. Allow it to stand in the cup until the egg is the colour you want it.
    6. Remove the egg from the cup and place it on the paper towel to dry.
    7. When the eggs are dry and cool you can use your marker pens to draw pictures on the eggs. Then decorate them with sequins, stickers, glitter, buttons, bits of lace and ribbon.
    Option 1: You can mix the food dyes to create different colors. Add red and blue to make purple, or red and yellow to make orange.
    Option 2: Use crayons to draw a thick pattern on the egg before placing them in the dye. The dye does not stick to the crayon so it produces a contrasting pattern on the egg.

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Easter Egg Coloring Pictures

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Basket of Eggs Basket of Eggs Get your creative juices going and design your own colorful Easter eggs.


Suggestions for coloring "Basket of Eggs":
1. Fill your eggs with lots of swirls, curvy and jagged lines, flower, hearts, faces, animals, and anything else you can think of.
2. You could paint the eggs and when dry cover each of them with different colored glitter.
3. Cut up little squares of cellophane paper and glue on. Do the same with tissue paper or crepe paper.
4. Cut out magazine pictures of flowers or birds and glue on.


Picture of a Chick in an Egg Chick in an Egg Here's a lovely picture for you to color. Add your own beautiful decorations to the egg and the butterfly.


Suggestions for coloring "Chick in an Egg":
1. Outline the pictures with a colored marker pen and fill in with colored pencils or crayons.
2. Decorate the egg and butterfly with pretty patterns.
3. Draw more butterflies and add some flowers to the bottom of the picture.


Easter eggs to draw your own Easter picture Draw Your Own Easter Picture How creative can you be? How will you decorate the remaining eggs?


Suggestions for coloring "Draw Your Own Picture":
Here are some ideas: clown, lion, frog, cat, doll, chicken, personal portrait, car or maybe you'd like to fill them with hearts or flowers or squiggly lines.


We hope you have enjoyed these Coloring Easter Eggs pages. Easter is a wonderful time of the year of celebrating new life and hope. Click here if you'd like to learn more about the meaning of Easter


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