Easter is just a few days away and over the next couple of days families will be spending time to dye some eggs. Approximately 180 million eggs are dyed every year. That's a lot of eggs.

Most people take the traditional method and buy the box dye kits. There is a whole world out there of weird and wacky ways to dye Easter eggs. All it takes is a quick Google or Pinterest search. You can also just scroll down and see how to make some pretty cool dyed eggs.

Last year I made a video testing out different ways to dye Easter eggs. Some of these methods were great...others not so much. I tried out natural dyes, crayons, ties, shaving cream, and Kool Aid.

Find out which methods worked and which didn't: