Walmart Plastic Decorating Eggs

Happy Egg Decorating!  You've landed on Walmart's Plastic Decorating Eggs informational page.  The Walmart brand, Plastic Decorating Eggs are ready to use and there is no cooking required.  Decorating these keepsake eggs is simple and easy when you use these Dudley's Easter Egg Decorating Kits.  Find additional information to help you make the brightest colored Easter eggs with your family!

Here's what makes the Walmart brand Plastic Decorating Eggs special:
      - Won't crack
      - No boiling or refrigeration required
      - Easy to dye for Easter

We suggest using any one of these great Dudley's Easter Egg Kits for the best decorating experience.

Click on one of the great products below to view detailed instructions on how to use each kit:

Spin an Egg                                    Glitter Tie Dye Eggs
Majestic Eggs                                Roll It Eggs
Speckled Eggs

You can find these Dudley's liquid dye kits and the Plastic Decorating Eggs at your local Walmart store.


Spin an Egg

Step 1 – PREPARATION:  Protect the surface of the work area with freezer paper, waxed paper, newspaper or a plastic tablecloth.  Set out the contents from the kit onto your work area.  You will need a pair of scissors.  You may also want to have a drying tray and some paper towels handy. NOTE:  You can use a muffin tin or an egg carton as a drying tray.

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Step 2 – Select the liner you would like to use for the spinner and put the liner and an egg inside the spinner.Knead the Dazzlin' Color packets thoroughly.  Cut off the corner of the Dazzlin' Color packets and carefully pour a few drops of one or two colors into the spinner.

Step 4 – Place top on spinner.  Make sure the plastic tabs of the lid are placed into the correct spots on the base and gently twist and lock it together.  Pump the button on top and watch your egg go for a dizzy ride!

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Step 5 – Remove top and take out your amazing Easter Egg creation and place it on the drying rack.

Step 6 – Repeat Steps 2-4.  Rinse spinner with warm water and dry with paper towels as needed when the colors in the spinner start to get a little "muddy".

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Dudley's Helpful Hints:
A little bit of color goes a long way. It's better to use a small amount at first and add more later if needed.
Try using two of the primary colors on the eggs in different combinations.
Avoid mixing all of the dyes together, unless you want very brown eggs. 


Majestic Eggs

Step 1 – PREPARATION:  Protect the surface of the work area with freezer paper, waxed paper, newspaper or a plastic tablecloth.  Set out the contents from the kit onto your work area.  You will need a pair of scissors.  You may also want to have a drying tray and some paper towels handy. NOTE:  You can use a muffin tin or an egg carton as a drying tray.

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Step 2 – Place an egg inside one of the plastic coloring pouches.

Step 3 - Knead the Majestic Dye packets thoroughly.  Cut off the corner of one of the Majestic Dye packet and carefully pour the contents into the coloring pouch.

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Step 4 – Slide the egg out of the pouch and now you have created a beautiful Easter Egg!  Place onto the drying tray and to dry.

Step 5 – Repeat Step 2-4 until you have as many eggs of that color that you would like to have.

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Dudley's Helpful Hints:
The Majestic Dyes go a long way – you can color many eggs with just one Majestic Dye packet!
It is recommended to just use one color in each pouch.


Speckled Eggs

Step 1 – PREPARATION:  Protect the surface of the work area with freezer paper, waxed paper, newspaper or a plastic tablecloth.  Set out the contents from the kit onto your work area.  You will need a pair of scissors.  You may also want to have a drying tray and some paper towels handy. NOTE:  You can use a muffin tin or an egg carton as a drying tray.

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Step 2 – Knead the Dazzlin' Color packets thoroughly.  Cut off the corner of each Dazzlin' Color packet and carefully pour each color into a separate section of the plastic tray.

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Step 3 – Using one sponge for each color, dip the sponge into the color and then blot it on the tray and dab it on the egg.

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Dudley's Helpful Hints:
A little bit of color goes a long way.  It's better to use a small amount at first and add more later.
Try using two of the primary colors on the eggs in different combinations.
Avoid mixing all of the dyes together, unless you want very brown eggs. 


Glitter Tie Dye Eggs

Step 1 – PREPARATION:  Protect the surface of the work area with freezer paper, waxed paper, newspaper or a plastic tablecloth.  Set out the contents from the kit onto your work area.  You will need a pair of scissors.  You may also want to have a drying tray and some paper towels handy.  NOTE:  You can use the back of the box, or a muffin tin or an egg carton, as a drying tray.

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Step 2 – Use coloring pouches to create Tie Dye  decorate eggs! Place an egg inside one of the plastic coloring pouches.

Step 3 – Knead the Dazzlin' Color packets thoroughly.  Cut off the corner of the Dazzlin' Color packets and carefully pour just a few drops of Dazzlin' Color into the coloring pouch.

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Step 4 – Gently rub the outside of the coloring pouch until the egg is completely colored

Step 5 – Slide the egg out of the pouch and now you have created a beautiful Easter Egg! Place onto the drying tray to dry.

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Step 6 – Sprinkle glitter onto wet colored eggs and then allow eggs to dry

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Roll It Eggs

Step 1 – PREPARATION:  Protect the surface of the work area with freezer paper, waxed paper, newspaper or a plastic tablecloth.  Set out the contents from the kit onto your work area.  You will need a pair of scissors.  You may also want to have a drying tray and some paper towels handy. NOTE:  You can use the back of the box, or a muffin tin or an egg carton, as a drying tray.

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Step 2 – Place an egg on a plastic egg stand.

Step 3 – Knead the Dazzlin' Color packets thoroughly.  Cut off the corner of each Dazzlin' Color packet and carefully pour each color into the matching colored area of the plastic tray.

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Step 4 – Roll the sponge roller into the Dazzlin' Color in the tray, roll off some of the color in the tray.

Step 5 – Apply the roller to the egg and create your Easter Egg masterpiece!

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Step 6 – Let the egg dry on the plastic egg holder or place on the drying tray.

Dudley's Helpful Hints:
A little bit of color goes a long way. It's better to use a small amount at first and add more later if needed.
Try using two of the primary colors on the eggs in different combinations.
Avoid mixing all of the dyes together, unless you want very brown eggs.

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