Here’s what I used:
Here is what I did:
1. I used my electronic cutter to cut a variety of Easter shapes and designs out of vinyl. I didn’t weed the designs or use transfer tape to apply them to the eggs. I just pulled each one of the backing and put it on a dry hard boiled egg like a sticker. *Tip* The vinyl sticks better to warm eggs. I pressed the vinyl flat and tried to make sure there were no wrinkles.
2. Then, I placed the egg in the dye. Once it was a color I liked, I took it out and put it on a paper towel to dry.
3. When it was dry, I carefully removed the vinyl.
They’re not perfect, some of the dye gets under the vinyl, but overall, they look great. It’s fun to be creative. For some eggs, I would dye the egg before putting on the vinyl. After it was dry, I put on the vinyl and put it in a different color of dye.
I love that this is such an easy project. Kids of all ages will love using the vinyl stencils to create fun and unique eggs. Do you like to dye Easter eggs? Have you done anything creative with them?
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, but will earn a small percentage for sales as an affiliate. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.
In case you’re new here…
I’ve been learning how to make my digital cutter files available in different file formats, so I can share them with you! Each Friday, I will post a link for a free file for your digital cutter! Downloads will be available through 4/28/17 and are for personal use only. You can purchase the file with a Commercial License from my shop. Here is this week’s freebie. Enjoy!
As always, if you have any problems with the files, please let me know (this is still a learning process for me). I’ve included .jpg, .png, .svg. .ai, .eps, .dxf, .gsd and .studio in the zip file. Just click to download.