Dyed Ninja Turtles Easter Eggs

Dyed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Easter Eggs.

Dyed TMNT Easter Eggs

Hi crafty friends! We’re back with another Easter egg decorating idea. This project is one of the easiest eggs dyeing idea kids can make. These Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Easter eggs are perfect for kids of all ages and only require a handful of supplies. In case you haven’t noticed, we’re pretty excited about Easter. We’ve dyed, painted, and decorated a couple dozen eggs already and we’re nowhere near done. This year I really wanted to focus on making eggs decorated like the kids favorite characters.

Dyed Ninja Turtles Easter Eggs

As a parent it’s always fun seeing what your child likes throughout the years. It’s even better when your children like the same thing you did as a child. All three of my children have had their own preferences for characters ranging from super heroes to princesses. My little guy is a huge Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan and it reminds me a lot of myself when I was younger. Ninja Turtles were quite popular back then and I remember carrying around my plush Michaelangelo doll everywhere.

Ninja Turtles Easter EggsSupplies:

Green egg dye or food coloring
1 tablespoon vinegar + 1/2 cup room temperature water

Step one: dye eggs in room temperature water. The longer the eggs are dyed the darker the color will be. We kept ours in for about 10 minutes. Set to dry.

DIY TMNT EggsStep two: Glue ribbon to the back of the eggs and add eyes to the ribbon. That’s it! You could get a little more creative and add a mouth with a sharpie or paint pen, but since my preschooler helped make these we decided to keep them simple.

Dyed Ninja Turtles EggsTip: hallow out eggs instead of boiling to make these last longer.

A few more Easter ideas:

Minion Easter Eggs

DIY Minion Eggs

Sock Bunnies

Easy sock bunny tutorial

DIY Confetti Eggs

How to make confetti eggs

Disney Frozen Easter Eggs

Disney Frozen Eggs-DIY



  1. says

    Hi there! I am wanting to use this as one of my “Five Favorite Easter Things” post on my blog (and I can’t wait till Easter to try these as well for my kiddo who is four and loves TMNT). I was wondering if I could use the picture you have provided, I of course, will caption that it is your photo and I will link to your page. Thank you

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