Shaving Cream Eggs are the perfect addition to any easter basket. And, dying easter eggs with shaving cream is super fun and easy. Plus the kids love it.
These fun marbled Easter Eggs are safe to eat as the shaving cream does not penetrate the shell with these shaving cream dyed easter eggs. So the kids can have a fun day of decorating the eggs and then eat the eggs as a snack.
I really enjoy finding fun and unique ways to dye eggs. Like these silk tie easter eggs in the instant pot and these unbelievably easy tie dye eggs.
Then there’s the inevitable spilled cup of vinegar. And it’s stinky. Le sigh…
How To Dye Eggs With Shaving Cream
I should admit, I just kind of don’t like coloring eggs with dye kits. The whole vinegar thing sucks.
Plus they have to sit. And I’m just not very patient. And the colors in the kits suck.
But shaving cream easter eggs? That seemed like a lot more fun. You can mix-up your own color combinations by just adding a few drops of food coloring on top of the shaving cream in each muffin tin for just about anything.
Then just drop the eggs into the colored shaving cream. Or whipped cream–you could do the same with whipped cream or cool whip, you know.
And I thought it would be fun to kind of roll the eggs with shaving cream and food coloring all over them–some of which turned out insanely cool.
But I also experimented with just picking them up and plopping them into another muffin tin. And THAT was cool.
And unlike when you’re dying the eggs the old fashioned way, there’s nowhere near as much wait time, either.
You just drop the eggs in the muffin tins and, because the concentration of food coloring is so high, you can just take them out almost immediately. You don’t have to wait hardly at all.
What do I need to make Shaving Cream Easter Eggs?
For this project here is what you need:
- Shaving Cream
- Boiled Eggs
- Water-Based Food Coloring
If you are looking for a fun way to dye Easter eggs that are a little more creative than just dipping them, well, this is an awesome way to do just that. You can get really creative with color combinations and they only take about 20 minutes of drying time on a paper towel
How To Dye Easter Eggs With Shaving Cream
Print the full dying eggs with shaving cream instructions below this is definitely something you want to try out with the kids. If you are a teacher, this is something your whole class can enjoy as an Easter activity!
One of my favorite ways to dye egg shells the most vibrant colors is using shaving cream. Shaving cream easter eggs are so much fun and they are also a great way to get tons of different colors of eggs.
These hard boiled eggs are a hit in Easter baskets for any little kid, but adults love them too. There are so many different color combinations to try with this shaving cream method. These beautiful Easter eggs are decorated with plain drugstore shaving cream and is a great way to give your eggs a marbled look.
Looking for more Easter egg ideas? Check out these different ways to make gorgeous eggs!
- How To Dye Eggs With Kool-Aid
- Silk Dyed Easter Eggs
- How to Dye Easter Eggs with Food Coloring and Rice