Drop the Dye! 6 Different & Delightful Ways to Decorate Eggs

Drop the Dye! 6 Different & Delightful Ways to Decorate Eggs

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Anusha Rajeswaran
Mar 22, 2016
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With spring right around the corner, you might be on the lookout for no-dye Easter egg decorating ideas. Maybe you're a non-traditionalist, a last-minute decorator, or just trying to wrangle messy kids. But, whatever the reason, we've got six great ideas for you! These DIYs make a beautiful impact and you'll love how easy they are. You may even have everything you need right at home.

Paper Tissue: Looks can be deceiving with these delicate and ornate Easter eggs (lead image above)! They’re much easier to make than you think, as you can see over at Say Yes.

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Green Moss: Your guests will be green with envy over this brilliant idea. Check it out on The Merry Thought.

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Ombre Spray Paint: Skip the pastel colors this Easter and go for bold and beautiful with these ombre Easter eggs. Find the easy how-to on The Crafted Life.

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Gold Metallic: It doesn’t get much better than cute little critters dipped in gold. The kids will love this one! Found on Flax & Twine.

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Candy Sprinkles: If you need an excuse to break out the sprinkles, this is it. Makes a great last-minute DIY for the kids! See more on Studio DIY.

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Fresh Herbs: Need a quick DIY Easter egg? Run out to your garden or the local grocer to make these fresh, floral Easter eggs. See how on A Daily Something.

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