10 Unique Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

10 Unique Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs
Craftberry Bush

Easter is a time to celebrate new life and fresh beginnings.  Why not create your own “new beginning” and decorate Easter Eggs in a cool way you’ve never tried before? Here, the most recognizable symbol of Easter gets ten chic makeovers you can do yourself.

1. Watercolor Floral Eggs

Realistic Floral Eggs

Did you know you can use watercolor paints on eggs just like on paper? Check out these cute pansies!
Get the tutorial at Craftberry Bush.

2. Impressionistic Watercolor Eggs

You can also use food coloring to create a watercolor effect. Try for impressionistic flowers this time!

Find the tutorial at Dream a Little Bigger.

3. French-Inspired Decoupage Eggs

French-Inspired Decoupage Eggs

Go for a vintage look with glue and shreds from old books. You may want to keep these eggs out all year round!

Get the tutorial at Sew for Soul.

4. Simple Rubber Stamp Eggs

Simple Rubber Stamp Eggs

Go minimalist and decorate with ease – all you need is dye and a rubber stamp for this one.

Get the tutorial at Lovely Indeed.

5. Easy Spring-Themed Decoupage Eggs

Easy Spring-Inspired Decoupage Eggs

Is there anything cuter than a bunny on an Easter egg? Likely not.

Get the tutorial at Heart Handmade UK.

6. Paper Flower Easter Eggs

Paper Flower Easter Eggs

Easier than they look, all you need for these vintage-looking eggs is some pastel paint, glue, and paper flowers.

Get the tutorial at Such Pretty Things.

7. Shabby Chic Eggs

Shabby-Chic Eggs

With a little bit (or a lot) of hot glue, some plastic eggs, and some twine, this project is a breeze.

Get the tutorial at Dining and Diapers.

8. Doily Stencil Eggs

Doily Stencil Eggs

Subtle designs like this require a little bit of patience and craft paint.

Get the tutorial at Urban Comfort.

9. Weathered Rose Eggs

Weathered Rose Eggs

Are you ready for this challenge? Utility knives, puff paint, and pencil planning are all involved in the execution of this amazing egg.

Find the tutorial at Sylvia Serwin.

10. Marbled and Bronzed Eggs

Marbled Dipped Eggs

The “secret” ingredients in this craft are grapefruit juice and vinegar!

Find the tutorial at Tera Janelle.

Here's to celebrating the spirit of Easter with new color and craft! Here's to trying new things, and here's to gorgeous Easter eggs.

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