Try decorating your Easter Eggs without Being Boring
Okay so these are the most shocking ways to decorate or color you Easter eggs, in fact, how shocking could decorating eggs for Easter really be? Suffice to say these egg decorating techniques won’t blow your mind, but they will get you thinking about doig somethng otehr than dippig your eggs in dye like you do every year. Step out of the box and get with the times. Try decorating your Easter eggs with one of these new and unusual methods and feel better about yourself this year.
If you wanna play it safe, check out these Easter egg decorations.
As an added bonus, all the images have the text as part of the image so it is made for pinning on Pinterest.
Decorate Easter Eggs with Yarn
A lot of work but won’t the Easter bunny be impressed?
Dip Eggs in a Tinting Paint to Decorate
Can’t you just see Martha Stewart doing this. These Easter eggs would look great in her house, I bet.
Decorate Easter Eggs with Mosaics and Egg Shells
Seems like a lot of work to break an egg to use it to decorate another egg. Kind of like how Walking Dead puts dead body parts to hide themselves from the other zombies. Okay, it is nothing like that. Move along.
Color Easter Eggs with a Magic Marker
Seems more like a last minute idea rather than a showstopper, but hey, kids ain’t that smart. Give it a try.
Decoupage Those Eggs!
Now we are talking! This is serious egg decorating and probably too good eat. Save them!
Glitter and Gemstones for Classy Easter Eggs
If you feel your Easter celebration and egg hunt is a bit too casual, glam it up with this bling, bling Easter eggs!
Paint Eater Eggs with Nail Polish
Got any nail polish you hate? Cool, use it on your eggs. It gets really freaky.
Decorate Eggs with Confetti and Paper Flowers
Okay, if you have this kinda time I’m thinking you need to start thinking about getting a job or volunteering. Wow, that is time-consuming.
Decorate with Paper Cut Outs
You still need to dye the eggs, but adding some interesting paper cut outs does give it a cool look. Just glue them on better than in this picture.
Dye Easter Eggs Naturally
If you must just dye your eggs, at least color them with natural food dyes. And then put some parsely leaves so your friends will all be jealous. Crack on!
Let us know if you try any of these not-so-shocking egg decorating techniques and send pics if you do.
See more Easter egg decorations – why not, what do we care?