This year the Denby team dyed Easter eggs in our colorful Heritage Cascade Mugs which are sure to fit with any table setting. You can learn more about our Cascade Mugs here.
What You’ll Need
- Hard-boiled eggs
- Paper towel or newspaper
- Cascade Mug > Get yours here
- Tongs, egg dipper, or slotted spoon
- ½ cup boiling water
- 1 teaspoon white vinegar
- 1 Egg Dying Kit
For the dye, we used colored tablets that would come in a typical Easter egg dying kit and did not experience any mug discoloration after washing with dish soap.
Here’s an egg that we dyed using the ‘Ombre’ effect. We first colored it yellow, then dipped it into the green dye multiple times, keeping the bottom of the egg submerged in the dye for longer than the middle of the egg.
We don’t mean to brag but we think these came out egg-cellent!