Most of these ideas are accompanied with a link to the full tutorial on how to get the look. Click on the title of each egg you are interested to be taken to the original tutorial.
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This tutorial is in a different language, but you can create gorgeous decoupage eggs using several of the tutorials in this round-up.
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Secure pieces of lace, or lace ribbon to your eggs before dying to create gorgeous lace eggs.
3. Robin’s Egg Blue & White Painted Easter Eggs
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Cover your eggs in stickers before dying to create patterns or polka dots on your eggs. You can also paint designs directly onto your dyed eggs.
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It’s time to stock up on pretty paper cocktail napkins! Here is another great tutorial on how to decoupage eggs using napkins and mod podge.
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Natural brown eggs can be dressed up with a white paint pen. Simply draw your designs directly onto your hard boiled eggs.
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Did you know that you can use egg whites for an all-natural decoupage glue? Cut out your paper napkin designs and use a small brush dipped in egg-white to adhere the designs to the eggshell.
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If you have artistic talent, then try your hand at creating some watercolor designs directly onto your Easter eggs.
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Create ombre’ Easter eggs in various shades of the same color by allowing your eggs to soak in the dye for increasingly longer amounts of time. I love the idea of creating eggs in shades of lavender and pairing them with lilacs.
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Here is another great tutorial for creating egg-white decoupaged Easter Eggs!
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These were so cute I just had to include them! Use scrapbook paper and a black sharpie to create these mustachioed eggs.
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Looking for a gorgeous all-natural way to dye your eggs? Try this recipe and tutorial for creating these edible gold flecked “Robin’s eggs”.
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Tissue paper and mod-podge is all you need to create these eggs that are ready to party!
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To create this look, use metallic paint pens and draw designs on your dyed eggs.
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Create gorgeous marble eggs using your old nail polish and a bowl of water! This is one I’ve always wanted to try.
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These watercolor eggs are made by drizzling dye onto the eggs and allowing each layer to dry before proceeding to the next color. Check out the tutorial for all of the step-by-steps!
17. Splattered Easter Eggs (less mess)
Instead of using a small paintbrush to speckle your eggs, try this creative method! Place food dye on beans in the bottom of a plastic cup and roll your egg over the beans to create a splattered effect.
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Dye your easter eggs, cover eggs in gold leaf, and then remove a little of the gold leaf to reveal the beautiful colors underneath.
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To create this cute egg, draw a bunny design on your egg in pencil, trace over the design in gold leaf glue, and then place you gold leaf on top of the design. For more tips, check out the original tutorial.
Use herbs and flowers as stencils by securing sections of pantyhose over your herbs and then dying the eggs. I think they look beautiful just like this!
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Create vintage-chic silhouette eggs using this method!
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Stamp your Easter eggs to create simple and beautiful designs.
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Decoupage strips of book pages onto eggs and then use cut-out paper napkin designs over the script.
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If you have neat handwriting, use a fine-tipped Sharpie marker to create these eggs.
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