Our dyeing eggs’ method works equally well on broken pieces of shell, blown eggs and hard-boiled eggs. You can also use it to colour both white and brown shelled eggs, so I have used both to give you an idea of what colours you can expect from the different coloured shells,
What you need to dye egg shells
Food colouring (any type)
Vinegar (any kind and optional – see tips below)
I used gel food colouring and apple cider vinegar, which I have in my cupboard, plus a mix of white and brown shell pieces.
This craft is a food-safe craft due to the materials used, so it is also perfect for dyeing hard-boiled eggs.