Dip dyeing is definitely trending. We've seen the technique applied to baskets, candles, flower pots, utensils, and textiles, so why not Easter eggs, too? These modern, neon-colored eggs would make a very pretty centerpiece display for your Easter Sunday dinner.
The color gradients are achieved by dipping the egg once quickly for the lightest color, then submerging the egg again and letting it rest in the dye for 3 to 5 minutes. Repeat for a third band of color.
Get the Full Tutorial: Neon Dip-Dyed Easter Eggs at Oh Joy!
(Images: Katie Stoops via Oh Joy!)