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DIY Craft | 22 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas


 

Pretty Easter egg coloring techniques and crafty decorating tutorials from some talented folks around the web.

 

Ombre Easter eggs by Claire Thomas of The Kitchy Kitchen for Glo.

Floral and confetti hand-painted eggs by Leslie Shewring for A Creative Mint – “I am using a springtime palette of peaches, pinks, and yellows combined with a soft, putty neutral to inspire you for Easter.”

DIY fruity French Easter eggs by Alison Faulkner for The Alison Show.

A dozen Easter countdown eggs; styling and photography by Carly Taylor for A Subtle Revelry – “Paint the eggs in pretty hues and label each egg with a number or date”.

Watercolor eggs by Teri Lyn Fisher and Jenny Park for Spoon Fork Bacon.

Watercolor letter Easter eggs by Jordan Ferney for Oh Happy Day; photo: Aubrey Trinnaman.

Hand-drawn eggs; styling: Katrine Martensen-Larsen, photo: Kira Brandt.

New York subway Easter eggs by Natalie Broulette for The SoHo – “the trains are labeled by different numbers, letters and colors, so with some food coloring and stickers, I created egg versions of the 22 subway lines”.

Create a pattern on Easter eggs, by Martha Stewart.

Cloud and rain eggs made with decorating foil; by Fräulein Klein.

Japanese washi tape decorated Easter eggs by Chelsea Costa for Lovely Indeed – “the directions are kind of self-explanatory; just cut tape in different shapes and apply to room-temperature eggs.”

Melted crayons decorated Easter egg tutorial; via Full Circle.

DIY Ukrainian (Pysanky) Easter Eggs by Alison Faulkner for The Alison Show.

Rubber band patterned eggs and paper flowers decorated eggs; by Jennifer Bartoli of Chocolate Shavings for Style at Home.

Gilded dyed eggs by Rachel for Pencil Shavings Studio.

Colorful and fun mustache Easter eggs by Melissa Mondragon for No. 2 Pencil.

Whimsical painted eggs by mixed media artist Alisa Burke.

Subway art painted Easter eggs by Kristyn Merkley for Lil’ Luna.

Reverse-stenciling leaf print eggs and thumbprints egg dyeing technique via Spoonful.

Monogram Easter eggs by Kristyn Merkley for Lil’ Luna.

Lace ribbon dyed eggs; via Sweet Paul Magazine Spring 2012 issue.

Photo print Easter egg tutorial by Victoria Hudgins for A Subtle Revelry.

Pretty stuff, right?  Hope you guys find the time this week to create your own gorgeous Easter eggs.  Happy Spring !

 

 

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