Friday, March 29, 2013

10 Amazing DIY Easter Egg Decorating Projects

DIY Easter Eggs
1. Colorful Stamped Easter Eggs, Lovely Indeed  //  2. Sharpie Doodled Easter Eggs, Alisa Burke
3. White Pen Easter Eggs, Joy Ever After  //  4. Paper Napkin Decoupage Eggs, Martha Stewart
5. Pantone Easter Eggs, How About Orange  //  6. Patterned Silk Transfer Eggs, Country Living
7. Tissue Paper Parsley Eggs, Aunt Peaches  //  8. Polka Dot Eggs, La Receta De La Felicidad
9. Calligraphed Easter Eggs, Oh Happy Day  // 10. Floral Decal Easter Eggs, How About Orange

I love dying eggs you guys.  Really, I do.  And it's funny, because I don't really celebrate Easter.  I don't have kids, so there aren't any fun egg-hiding activities happening at our house. I don't like most Easter candy (I have an over-the-top sweet tooth; just not for Peeps or Cadbury Eggs. Ew.).  Easter dinner usually involves something like frozen pizza, or if we're feeling fancy, take-out.  I adore spring, but Easter just isn't a big deal around here.  Every year though, without fail, I boil a dozen eggs (at least) and color them up.  I usually choose organic brown eggs because the color comes out so rich and earthy (and they're better for you!), but this year I was thinking it would be fun to try something different.  The decorated eggs you see above are some of my favorites that I've come across while looking for inspiration.

Are you a fan of decorating eggs this time of year?  Any cool DIY Easter egg projects you've tried?

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  1. These are beautiful! I haven't decorated eggs in years but seeing all the Easter projects out there always makes me want to.

  2. What fun, colorful ideas! I love all the different patterns!

  3. These are such great ideas!!! I'm for sure going to play aorund with them this weekend. :-D

  4. Fun ideas! My kids would really like all the color in #7, and I like #3. I don't know if we'll have time to color eggs this year. Easter is so early for 2013! Our whole Easter celebration will be kind of last minute, because my two older kids have been visiting grandma's for spring break.
    I hope you'll share your colored eggs with us!
    Have a Happy Easter,

  5. I love number 3, they look so pretty! I am happy when Easter is over, I had way too many chocolate eggs.

  6. They look sooo nice Your blog is really cool :) Im folllowing now!


  7. Glad you guys liked the round-up and hope you were able to use some of these DIYs! xo, m

  8. Fantastic ideas... so much inspiration, can't wait to try some of these!!


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