Hi Friends, how are you? I hope you are doing great today!!
Today I’m sharing 2o different ways to decorate Easter Eggs. This isn’t your momma’s Paas egg coloring post. Remember way back when that was pretty much the only way to color eggs. Well I found some very creative and inspiring Eggs and the link is below so you can go to the page for the step by step if you like.
This is a round up of some amazing inspiration all in one place for you.
Lily Pulitzer hand painted Eggs – Pinterest
Washi Tape Eggs – EyeCandyCreativeStudio
Polka Dotted Easter Eggs from Lil’Luna.com
Crayola Shavings Eggs – Improvements blog
Water Color Easter Eggs – Spoon Fork Bacon
Speckled Easter Eggs – Good Housekeeping.com
Subway Art Eggs – Lil Luna.com
Vintage antique Easter Eggs – BailiwickStudio.com
Blue and gold Easter Eggs – Bhg.com
Black & White Silhouette Easter Eggs – Rookno17.com
Rubber Band Eggs – Brightboldbeautiful.com
Tissue Paper Eggs – Artchoo.com
Leaf Print Eggs – Spoonful.com
Decoupage Easter Eggs – Stilbruch.com
Sharpie Doodle Easter Eggs – Brit & Co.com
Yarn Wrapped Easter Eggs – Bhg.com
Button covered Easter Eggs – Organizedclutter.com
Chalkboard Easter Eggs = Itsoverflowing.com
Marbelized Easter Eggs - Camillestyles.com
Sharpie Tie Dye Easter Eggs – Housingaforest.com
There you go, that’s 20 different ways you can dye or color your Easter Eggs. There’s some pretty incredible and creative ideas for you.
If you do do it the old fashioned way I thought this was brilliant using a whisk to hold the egg in the color. Brilliant huh? This beats that little copper metal holder where the egg would fall off all the time. Who knew….a Whisk.
Picture Source – Dumpaday.com
Do you color your own eggs? And do you have any special secrets or ways you color your eggs? Love to know in the comments.
Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day, Lisa