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The Easiest Liquid Free Easter Egg Coloring

Easter egg coloring is always a must during the Easter holiday. Using a more liquid free option is something toddler moms would love especially me.

A gets so excited he doesn’t manage to always color his eggs. I dislike the kits since they never give you the actual bright color you are always looking for no matter how long you keep them in the solution.

I always see these fun ways to color your eggs online which you don’t get from the kits.

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Putting together this quick 2 ingredient egg coloring was so easy.

Liquid Free Easter Eggs

These eggs are super easy to put together. You would think it’s so hard but in all reality for someone like me who can’t understand some directions these are so simple.

Shaving Cream Easter Egg DYE

The first thing you will need is a glass pan. You can use a non stick muffin pan which also is great when doing individual colors. The second thing you will need is shaving cream. You have to make sure you get the non gel shaving cream. You can get THIS one HERE. Plus it’s super affordable for a DIY like this. If shaving cream isn’t your forte then you can also try Cool Whip

Shaving Cream Easter Eggs

You want to make sure you spread all the shaving cream into the pan. Like if you’re baking a cake. You then need to add food coloring. You add all colors together or if you are using a muffin pan you can add each color in a different section. We managed to add all the colors into one glass pan.

Tie Dye Easter Eggs

It honestly looked too pretty to even disturb. When everything is all set you just roll the egg into the shaving cream or cool whip. You then take them out of the shaving cream or cool whip and you just end up placing them in the carton when you relieved the eggs from or a paper towel. You do want to keep them there for 5-10 minutes.

Egg Dyed Easter Egg Flat Lay

After the 5-10 minutes are up you just wipe them clean. Depending on what colors you used they should be towards your liking.

Finished Easter Eggs Flatlay


Hope you love this Easter egg diy as much as we did



  1. March 28, 2018 / 8:08 AM

    I have seen this all over Facebook here lately. Think we will give a try this year. Looks super easy and something the little grandkids can help with totally.

  2. March 28, 2018 / 8:29 AM

    Brilliant idea for younger kids! We always spill at least one cup of the liquid, so I like this plan. And the eggs look so cute.

    • Jalisa
      March 28, 2018 / 8:10 PM

      I know the feeling. My son always does that.

  3. March 28, 2018 / 8:31 AM

    Great idea and it is soooo easy. I like that cleaning up is easy too. May need to try this out this year. Who said that this was only for children, I think us adults will have fun making these too!

    D xo , from Live Dream Create – D

  4. 21flavorsofsplendor
    March 28, 2018 / 8:35 AM

    This is a great idea! I don’t like the dye kits either, so I just skip dying eggs all together. My girls would really have fun dying eggs like this.

  5. March 28, 2018 / 8:42 AM

    This is so creative and those eggs came out beautiful! I will have to try this.

  6. March 28, 2018 / 8:45 AM

    This is such a fun idea! Can’t wait to try it with my nieces and nephew!

    • Jalisa
      March 28, 2018 / 8:10 PM

      I’m sure they will love it.

  7. March 28, 2018 / 10:00 AM

    This looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing!

    • Jalisa
      March 28, 2018 / 8:09 PM

      Thank you for reading.

  8. March 28, 2018 / 11:22 AM

    This is such a great idea with minimal clean up compared to normal egg dying! It looks so easy and with materials that most people already have at home. Going to try this one!

    • Jalisa
      March 28, 2018 / 8:09 PM

      Most definitely.

  9. March 28, 2018 / 4:31 PM

    Looks so fun and easy! The dye kits can get super messy. These some out still so pretty and I already have everything!

    • Jalisa
      March 28, 2018 / 8:09 PM

      Thank you. The one thing I dislike about the kits is the mess.

  10. AmberLynn
    March 28, 2018 / 9:49 PM

    I haven’t colored any Easter eggs in YEARS! I used to love coloring them with my brother and Mama. However, should my niece want to color some eggs, this would definitely be a better method. She would have liquids and dyes everywhere, but she’s 2.

    • AmberLynn
      March 28, 2018 / 9:49 PM

      Color them in the future***

  11. Tiffany Downing
    March 29, 2018 / 9:16 AM

    This is a great and FUN activity for the kids 🙂

  12. April 3, 2018 / 9:07 AM

    This is SO simple, why have I not tried this yet? I think this may be an easier cleanup too. And thanks for the photos, I’m much better at visual learning. Great Idea, thanks!

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