Dyeing Easter eggs is a tradition. It's a crinkled, sunlit memory of a warm day where soft breezes waft through an open window and you watch as your mom takes a bin of brightly colored eggs out of the refrigerator. It's the sight of little girls in tulle dresses and boys in their Sunday best running around a dewy green lawn barefoot with smiles wide on their faces as they pluck stenciled eggs out of the lawn's little nooks and crannies. If you want to make a few vibrant memories of your own this season, here are five awesome tutorials to show you how!

Herb Stenciled Easter Eggs from Adventures in Cooking

Herb Stenciled Easter Eggs

Silk Dyed Easter Eggs from Boulder Locavore

Silk Dyed Easter Eggs

Cracked Eggs from Barefoot Kitchen Witch

Cracked Eggs

Kool-Aid Eggs from CafeMom

Kool-Aid Eggs

Traditional Polish Easter Eggs from Coffee & Vanilla

Coffee and Vanilla

Monogram Easter Eggs from Lil' Luna

Monogram Easter Eggs

Marbled Eggs from "The Claytons Blog"

Marbled Eggs

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