Like most holiday decor, Easter egg decorating has come a long way from the days of the boxed dye tablets at the grocery store. (Thanks, Pinterest!) Now, there's an egg for every craft supply, grocery store ingredient, and cultural meme out there.
We've scoured some of our favorite blogs for the cutest (and sometimes, easiest!) egg DIYs out there. Prepare to start pinning!
- Cute Cacti: "Plant" cactus eggs in white terra-cotta pots, like these from The Shift Collective.
- Sunny Side Up Burgers: We're pretty sure the geniuses over at Studio DIY are our soul mates. Burger eggs? Yes, please!
- Feminine Florals: These pretty florals, created by Allison Murray for the site Dream a Little Bigger, are perfect for spring.
- Cheeky Emoji: These cheeky eggs — including every popular emoji out there — from Studio DIY have us lol-ing.
- Talkative Typography: Lovely Indeed created these typography-inspired eggs using contact paper. We heart the clever sayings, and want to use them as place cards at a dinner table.
- Trendy Patterns: The ladies over at Alice and Lois reimagined the classic mud cloth fabric print into a cool print for eggs.
- Pretty Watercolor: Channel your inner artist with these watercolor-swirled eggs. The team at Spoon Fork Bacon chose pretty sunset hues for theirs, and we think they'd be just as pretty with blues and greens.
- Sweet Strawberries: It should come as no surprise that some of our favorite ideas are food-related, and these berries from Style Me Pretty are no exception.
- Party-Ready Confetti: Bling bling! Get ready for a glamorous Easter with these pastel, confetti-covered eggs from Studio DIY.
- Natural Blues: Turns out, the water from cooking red cabbage will naturally dye eggs a pretty blue, according to Sweet Paul. Who knew?
- Delicious Donuts: Donut you just love these adorably edible painted eggs from Kara's Party Ideas?
- Swirled Shibori: The team behind the blog Alice and Lois DIY-ed these indigo stunners to resemble the popular shibori dyeing method.
- Tropical Foliage: All you need for these island cuties is Mod Podge and the printable template from Oh So Beautiful Paper.
- Adorable Bunnies: Stop with this cuteness! These bunny eggs from Bitte Blog are the perfect tribute to the season's furry mascot.
- Colorful Jimmies: Sprinkle your eggs with bright dashes of paint, like Ashley did on the blog Let's Mingle.
- Blooming Vases: Little Inspiration turned empty shells into the most charming (ladylike!) vases.
- Not-So-Basic Black: Just a boring black marker can make eggs look extra special, as proven by Paper & Stitch.
- Painterly Palette: Swap traditional dye for a set of watercolor paints like they did over at Squirrelly Minds.
- Artsy Splatter: We love the funky splatter — and chic color scheme! — that Bre from Bre Purposed chose for these eggs.
- Gilded in Gold: Crystal, the blogger behind A Pumpkin and a Princess, knows that gold leafing is always a good thing. She paired the precious metal with soft feminine pastel shades and we're not mad about it.
Which one is your favorite?