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40 Genius! ways to Decorate Easter Eggs
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40 Genius! ways to Decorate Easter Eggs



Are you ready for an Easter egg roundup to rule all Easter egg roundups?! We’ve gone on an Easter egg hunt of our own to find the most creatively designed eggs around. Here are 40 ideas for dyeing and decorating your eggs this year.



1. Pantone Easter Eggs: We could probably post this and call it a day – they’re that good. (via How About Orange)



2. Dye-ving Dudes: Get it? DYE-ving? Oh the punnery…! (via Spoonful)



3. Ombre Eggs: Easter eggs can be trendy too. (via Ashbee Design)


4. Black and White: Grab a Sharpie and throw on your favorite rom com to create these gorgeous black and white patterned eggs. (via Obviously Sweet)



5. Silk Tie Dyed Eggs: Did you know you can use old silk ties and other silk pieces to dye eggs? (via Boulder Locavore)



6. Lace Wrapped: Wrap ‘em up in a bit of lace trim! (via Celebrating Everyday Life)



7. Lace Pattern: Or use lace as a stencil. Love the subtle patterns on these. (via DIY Til We Die)



8. Washi Tape Easter Eggs: How sweet are these washi tape eggs? (via Lovely Indeed)


9. Super Mario Bros: It’s-a me, Mario! (via Instructables)



10. Polka Dot: Nothing like a polka dot party to add a pop of festive cheer to any get-together. (via La Receta de la Felicidad)



11. Silk Dye: If you’re not sure where to find silk ties and what not for dyeing, snag a kit with all the materials to make the eggs you see above. (via BooBahBlue on Etsy)


12. Natural Dyes: Not into the bright neon stuff? Go natural by using spinach, red cabbage, beets, dill seeds, and turmeric to color your eggs. (via Boulder Locavore)



13. Decoupage Easter Eggs: Use fabric or patterned paper to create lovely floral eggs with a little help from Mod Podge. (via Dizzy Maiden)


14. Chalkboard Easter Eggs: We’re big fans of chalkboard everything, and Easter eggs are no exception. (via Oleander + Palm)



15. Painterly Pastels: Go for a more traditional art form and simply paint your eggs with acrylic pastels. (via Paper & Stitch)



16. Embroidery Eggs: Loving the vibrant hues of these eggs wrapped in embroidery floss. Definitely a project that takes a good amount of patience and precision. (via Craftberry Bush)



17. Dip-Dyed Eggs: We love the geometric look of these simple dip-dyed eggs. (via Oh Joy)



18. CMYK Ode: From Pantone to CMYK, these eggs are perfect for designers. (via Martha Stewart)



19. Dot Sticker Flowers: Fluorescent office supplies to the rescue! (via BHG)



20. Watercolor Letters: Use decals and watercolor paints to create cute messages with your eggs. (via Oh Happy Day)



21. Little Dude: We’re kind of in love with this little dude. (via A Bit of Pilli Pilli…)



22. Message in an Egg: You had us at “eggstra special chick.” (via Poppytalk)



23. Ombre Glitter Easter Eggs: Ombre and glitter? Martha, you’ve done it again. (via Martha Stewart)



24. Easter Egg Pinatas: These seem pretty darn cute all year round. (via Corner Blog)



25. Baker’s Twine Wooden Eggs: We’re always swooning over cool colors of baker’s twine here at Brit HQ and love this take on Easter decor. Use wooden eggs if you want to keep them for years to come. (via Crafts Unleashed)



26. Fabric-Covered Eggs: Not up for getting messy with dye? Use scraps of fabric to create a whole bunch of colorful eggs. (via BHG)



27. Calligraphed Eggs: These would also make awesome place cards at an Easter brunch! (via Oh Happy Day)



28. Fresh Flower Decorations: Such a simple idea but beautifully done, we’re digging the natural look of these mini flowers tied onto eggs. (via A Daily Something)



9. Chevron Easter Eggs: Can’t resist a little chevron action? Use electrical tape to create chevron patterns on eggs before dyeing them. (via Bon Bon Rose Girls)



30. Star Wars Eggs: The force is most definitely with these eggs. (via Smile! Mermaid on Flickr)



31. Glitter Stickers: More glitter? Yes please. (via Family Circle)


32. Watercolor Easter Eggs: The key to making watercolor eggs that don’t look messy is choosing a few colors in a similar color scheme. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)



33. Origami Flowers: Employ those snowflake skills on a smaller scale by creating flower shapes with origami paper and gluing them into eggs. (via Family Circle)



34. Photo Prints: We can’t decide if these are totally awesome or totally weird but we have to say something about eggheads, right? (via A Subtle Revelry)



35. Easter Egg Totem Poles: Such a cute idea and great for the kids! (via Mr. Printables)



36. Ombre Easter Eggs: One more ombre design idea, just for good measure. (via Sugar and Charm Blog)



37. Googly Eyes and Gold: Googly eyes on eggs might be our new favorite thing. (via One Charming Party)



38. Graphic Patterns: You can use electrical tape and decals to create a graphic look that reminds us of silk screen printing. (via Martha Stewart)



39. Hipster Easter Eggs: Hipsters or old school gangsters, take your pick. (via No. 2 Pencil)



40. Tie-Dyed Eggs: And finally, tie dye eggs!! Peace. (via BHG)


How will you dye your Easter eggs this year? What else do you love to make for Easter? Talk to us in the comments below.






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