Still need a cute idea for Easter eggs this year? Fear not! We have a few looks that are not only easy-to-do, they're actually quite stylish and fun. Find seven ideas you could do with your family this holiday weekend quickly (but not look like you did a rush-job)!
Pictured above: Grab a non-toxic white paint pen, a bowl of naturally brown eggs and go to town with delicate patterns that are adorable and kind of chic. Seen on Kaley Ann.
Just love these Lisa Congdon-inspired Easter eggs that let doodling be the only decoration your eggs need this year. Spotted on Creative Bug.
Break out a traditional egg dyeing kit and give them a fresh look by stylishly dip-dyeing them. Find out exactly how to get this look on Vickey Barone.
Kind of similar to the Lisa-Congdon doodle egg idea, this takes your art appreciation to the next level with pastels and famous artist portraits (it's never too early for your kids to know their Rothko from their Pollock!). Found on Paper & Stitch.
These were dyed before they were stamped, but you could even just stamp on plain brown eggs for a great look, too. We advocate for funny phrases, but just about any stamp design the right size will do. Lovely Indeed shows you how.
Set up an assembly line, grab your favorite color can of spray paint and get industrial on your Easter eggs this year. Squirrelly Minds has the ideas.
Again you can dye your eggs before, or the truly last minute can simply grab a plain egg, roll it in some glue, sprinkle some glitter or confetti on top and have a pretty stylish, looks-like-you-planned-this-months-ahead-of-time look. Get inspired on Studio DIY.
Are you operating on the last minute schedule this year? Or have you already decorated some cute eggs? Let us know what stylish things you've done to your Easter eggs this year (or which idea from this last-minute list you're stealing for today!).
(Image credits: Kaley Ann; Creative Bug; Vickey Barone; Paper & Stitch; Lovely Indeed; Squirrelly Minds; Studio DIY)