Techniques for Decorating Easter Eggs

Techniques for Decorating Easter Eggs

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Beth Callaghan
Mar 22, 2012

If you're looking forward to spring being sprung, you may be ready to start planning your Easter egg masterpieces. We've rounded up 10 fun techniques to get your creative juices flowing!

There's something for everyone in these tutorials. Don't want to deal with messy dye? Try making washi tape eggs (8). Looking for something rather unusual? Check out the crushed eggshells eggs (5). Maybe you want something really whimsical? You can make "have a nice day" eggs (4).

1. Leaf Print Eggs at Family Fun
2. Lace Eggs at Martha Stewart
3. Dinosaur Eggs at Barefoot Kitchen Witch
4. Have A Nice Day Eggs at Reader's Digest
5. Smashed Shell Eggs at Family Fun

6. Spring Menagerie Eggs at Martha Stewart
7. Silk Dyed Easter Eggs at The Magic Onions
8. Washi Tape Eggs at Family Circle
9. Melted Crayon Eggs at The Artful Parent
10. Marbelized Eggs at Martha Stewart

(Images: as credited above)

MORE EASTER CELEBRATIONS ON APARTMENT THERAPY:
Natural Dyes for Easter Eggs
Plastic Easter Egg Crafts
My Picks for A Well-Designed, Candy-Free Easter Basket

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