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20 Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

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20 Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

With Easter upon us I thought it would be fun so share some of my favorite egg decorating ideas that I have come across. With so many crafting sites and inspirational photos at our fingertips, it’s time to dump the store-bought colored dyes and dive into some more creative egg decorating endeavors.

I’m not gonna lie, I haven’t decorated eggs in years but these photos have certainly motivated me to have some fun with eggs this weekend!

1. Sharpie Easter Eggs via Obviously Sweet  – Simple and Affordable, just use a sharpie and your imagination to create the look you want.

 

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2. Melted Crayon Easter Eggs via Spoonful – we have all seen the melted photo artwork, but now it’s time to bring that idea to Easter eggs.

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3. Onion Skin Dyed Easter Eggs via Scissors and Spoons – This may take a little more elbow grease but the results are really neat.

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4. Graffiti Inspired Art Easter Eggs via Paper N Stitch Blog– Made with acrylic paints and a metallic pen.

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5. Lace Patterned Easter Eggs via DIY til We Die – These are fairly simple to create and the outcome is so soft and pretty!

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6. Washi Tape Easter Eggs via Lovely Indeed – These are fun and the colors and styles are only limited by the Washi tape you have on hand.

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7. Decoupage Easter Eggs via Dizzy Maiden – You could use any leftover fabric scraps, magazine clippings, newspaper, etc. for these eggs.

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8. Water Color Easter Eggs via Spoon Fork Bacon – Looooove the colors on these and they seem simple enough to do.

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9. Fabric Covered Easter Eggs via BHG – Skip the paint and test out these fabric Easter eggs instead.

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10. Sprinkle Easter Eggs via Studio DIY – This is a fun and simple way to decorate Easter Eggs and I’m sure kids would love to do this one. Who doesn’t love sprinkles!?

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11. Mustache Easter Eggs via No. 2 Pencil – We can’t seem to get away from Mustaches and these eggs are no exception! If you don’t have vinyl tape you could always use a sharpie marker.

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12. Gold Leaf Easter Eggs via Sugar and Charm – These look really cool and I love the texture of the gold leaf.

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13. Silk Dyed Easter Eggs via The Magic Onions – These eggs are freaking gorgeous and there is no drawing required. Simply use silk scarves to transfer the patterns over. You could even use black and white scarves for a more subdued effect.

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14. Bakers Twine Easter Eggs Landee See Landee Do  – The perfect Solution to decorating plastic eggs! You could even use yarn, thread, twine or rope.

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15. Farm Fresh Easter Eggs via Joy Ever After – These are simple and pretty and all you need are some brown eggs and a white pen to do the trick.

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16. Smashing Easter Eggs via Spoonful – I’m all about texture so it’s no surprise I think these eggs are cool.

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17. Thumbprint Easter Eggs via Spoonful – If you or your kids like to doodle then this is a great idea – add your thumbprint to the egg and then create a picture out of it.

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18. Red Queen Easter Egg via Family Go – I thought this one was pretty awesome and they even give you the template to download so you can cut out all the pieces you need.

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19. Paper Napkin Easter Eggs via LRF – These remind of a shabby-chic/French country feel, but you can create whatever effect you want, depending on the napkins you use.

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20. Chalkboard Easter Eggs via Oleander and Palm – And of course no Easter Egg Decorating list would be complete without the Chalkboard Paint Easter Eggs!

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Comments

  • Omg. Great Ideas especialy last one.. Thanks

    March 11, 2014

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