Ombre Dyed Easter Eggs: Two Ways

Ombre Dyed Easter Eggs: Two Ways

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Janie Lee
Apr 6, 2012

Have you dyed your Easter eggs yet this year? If not, this is one of the prettiest dyeing techniques I've seen yet. And even if you've dyed your eggs already this year, you might be inspired to do a second batch.

Ombre - a graduation of color intensity - is a hot trend in fashion and decor right now so why not bring it to your Easter celebration this year. We've seen two great ways of achieving this effect: an ombre effect on a single egg or dyeing a group of eggs in graduating hues to give an overall ombre effect.

Ombre eggs in either iteration look beautiful and sophisticated, but are actually quite easy to achieve. Click through to the blogs above for more information about making them yourself.

(Images: 1. El Hada de Papel 2. Williams-Sonoma 3. Felt & Honey 4. The SoHo)

MORE EGG DECORATING ON APARTMENT THERAPY:
Techniques for Decorating Easter Eggs
Natural Dyes for Easter Eggs

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