Holiday & Seasonal

This Chart Will Help You Get Your Easter Egg Dye The Perfect Color

Want the perfect shade of dusty rose? Easy!

If you’ve ever tried to dye Easter eggs and had your dye turn out a different color than expected, you’re certainly not alone. Maybe that green was actually supposed to be teal. Or maybe whatever shade you were going for wound up being a dingy brown instead. Don’t fret. We’ve all been there.

But, thanks to McCormick, that doesn’t have to happen this year! Oh no, no more mishaps for you! Your egg-dyeing skills are about to get a major upgrade in 2017.

McCormick created a chart that lays out exactly how to get the desired color. Want to get in on that trendy shade of dusty rose with your seasonal decorations? You’ll need 14 drops of red and six drops of blue, to be precise.



Need help with more than just the color? McCormick’s really laying it all out for you! According to this nifty chart, you’ll need 1/2 cup of boiling water and one teaspoon of vinegar to get started. Then, add drops of dye and submerge the egg for about five minutes.

And there you have it, the best Easter eggs you’ve ever made.

If you’re already a pro at the whole dyeing thing, you may want to step it up a notch. If that’s the case, Pinterest definitely has your back!

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You can make beautiful swirled eggs using dye and shaving cream instead of water, add super cool designs to the egg shells with rubber cement, and so much more!

Clearly, nailing the color is just the beginning. There’s still time to up your skill set between now and April 16, so make sure you’re going over these online tutorials before the big day arrives.

With tips like these at your disposal, there’s no way you could have anything but a beautifully colored Easter, and what more could you hope for, really?

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