In this article, we will show you 30 creative ways to adorn your Easter eggs.
Blow out the eggy insides (the yolk and the white) if you want your beautiful egg creations to last forever (and not smell stinky). Wash your eggs in a mixture of 1 cup vinegar and 2 tablespoons baking soda to remove any dirt or debris. You can then blow them out after they have dried. Check out this video to see how to blow holes in eggs quickly and easily.Photographer: Erik Putz
To lay an egg on top of another egg Super meta Use a paint marker to decorate the egg white and reduce cleanup time. The yolk can be made using a yellow foam sticker, which can be purchased at a dollar store. Create a character's likeness using a black pen.Images of Roberto Caruso
Crack the egg's surface by randomly placing triangles of gold washi tape on it in a freeform pattern, with spaces in between each piece.A picture of Roberto Caruso
This paint (available at any art supply store) is packaged in a container with a pointed tip, making it simple and clean to use. Apply a small amount directly to your egg and enjoy! Finally, we settled on a dot pattern.Pictured: the great Roberto Caruso
To make polka-dotted Easter eggs quickly, pick up some dot stickers from the stationery store. If the shell of your egg begins to crack, you can apply a layer of glue to it.Portrait of Roberto Caruso
If you wrap the egg in colorful washi tape, it makes a great gift for young children. It is recommended that you wash the surface with vinegar and baking soda before applying tape. Apply Mod Podge or white school glue over any areas where the tape is coming loose.A picture of Roberto Caruso
You can use the dye from a boxed Easter egg kit or food coloring to give your egg a base color, then wait for it to dry. You should then submerge your egg in a second color. If you let it dry completely in between dippings, the color will be more intense.Pictures by Erik Putz
Dye your egg black. Next, sponge on various shades of blue, purple, and pink. Don't overdo it with the paint; a little goes a long way. To complete, use a paintbrush or a stiff toothbrush to splatter white paint over the surface. You'd better cover everything, or you'll have a major cleanup to do.
Check out the production of these extraterrestrial eggs!Caption: Erik Putz
Put a tablespoon of vinegar and some food coloring into a bowl of water. Submerge your egg with a spoon until it reaches the desired color. To dry, dab with a paper towel.Image by Tony Lanz
Use a sheet of tin foil and a coffee filter to make a coffee brewer. The coffee filter can be personalized by adding a few drops of paint or food coloring. Wrap the whole thing in tin foil with the egg on top. Ten to thirty minutes later, remove the wrapping and set it aside to dry. Now you can have a fantastic Easter egg with ABSOLUTELY NO HASSLE. #winning
Have a look at the video below to see how to make these eggs.Shot by Erik Putz
Create a small printout of the image on standard printer paper. Make a cut and apply Mod Podge to the front. Stick to the egg and let it dry. The paper's back can be removed by wetting an egg and rubbing it gently. Use olive oil as a polish. If you'd rather not use a picture of a monarch, you can use one of your own child or that of your favorite celebrity.
View the process for creating photo-realistic Easter eggs.Image by Erik Putz.
Use a boxed kit or food coloring to give your egg the color you want. Spots can be painted on with orange nail polish. Let air dry Add rough black polish outlines to the perimeters of the spots.Tony Lanz (in the photo)
Put ten to fifteen of the little tin balls in a paper cup. Put some paint in the spout (one color or several). Put your egg in the cup, and then cover it with tin foil. CONSTANT SHAKES Take out the egg and let it dry out. Basically, it's magic. Take a look at how simple it is to make these bloody eggs!Erik Putz (in a photo)
Use multiple elastic bands to encase your egg. Use a boxed dye kit or food coloring to give your egg the color you want. Do not remove the rubber bands until it is completely dry. After removing the elastic bands, you can begin blowing the egg out.Image by Tony Lanz
To make a yellow egg, you can either: Use permanent markers to create a face and feet. Stick some flamingo feathers to the back.Image by Erik Putz
You can make a big impression with just a few brush strokes on your egg. Adding brushstrokes in layers creates a unique look.In this picture: Erik Putz
Decorate your egg by brushing it with Mod Podge and then sticking confetti on it in a creative pattern. Apply a final coat of Mod Podge to prevent moisture damage.Pictures by Erik Putz
Make a blue egg and decorate it with white clouds. Happy First Day of Spring!Photographer: Erik Putz
Encase an egg in a fishnet stocking or lace. Cover the egg's base with paint using a sponge. Be light-handed with the paint, though; this is a dry brush technique. Hang up to dry and discard fabric. In this light, your egg takes on a decidedly dinosaurian appearance.Caption: Erik Putz
Apply a thin layer of white glue to your egg and brush it on evenly. Glitter the egg by rolling it in it until it is completely covered and shiny. If you want a uniform look, it's recommended that you dye your egg the same color as the glitter.
If you want a specific color for your egg, you can use food coloring or a boxed dye. Use permanent markers of varying colors to decorate the egg with designs and holiday doodles.Credit for the photo goes to: Tony Lanz
Use a boxed dye kit or food coloring to give the egg the color you want. One teaspoon of white vinegar and fifteen to twenty drops of food coloring (to achieve a darker shade than the first dye) should be mixed with water in a shallow bowl. Put in 1 tablespoon of olive oil and use a fork to make swoops and drops. The marbling effect is achieved by rolling the egg in the dye. Dab dry with a paper towel.Featured Image Credit: Tony Lanz
When the egg is blown out, a threaded pin is inserted into the hole. Thread the needle carefully, then brush white glue around the hole's rim. Keep applying glue and wrapping the thread around the egg until it is completely encased.Image by Tony Lanz
Use a boxed dye kit or food coloring to give your egg the color you want. Pour 1 teaspoon of white vinegar and 15–20 drops of food coloring (to achieve a darker shade than the first dye) into a shallow bowl of water. Put in 1 tablespoon of olive oil and use a fork to make swoops and drops. If you want marbling on the egg, you need to roll it in the dye. Dry off with a tissuePic by: Tony Lanz
Apply a coat of paint or dye to your egg, and then use glue and a brush to decoupage on a tiny feather. Apply a final coat of glue or Mod Podge to seal.Image by Erik Putz.
To decorate your egg, simply glue on pompoms. White glue is a good alternative if you have young children who like to get crafty.Image by Erik Putz.
Those of you who are old enough to remember the 1980s, please recall Then again, maybe your mom does. Squares of a cute fabric should be cut out. Using glue, adhere the decoupage to the egg, and finish with a coat of varnish.Illustration by Erik Putz
Find a boxed kit or some food coloring and color your egg however you like. Stamp an image onto the egg using rubber stamps and ink. Use a fineliner pen to touch up any blanks you might have left.Image by Tony Lanz
Add striking designs with a black permanent marker. Make an entire line if you want to.Pictures by Erik Putz
Use a boxed kit or food coloring to give the egg the color you want. Crepe paper ears can be cut out and glued onto the egg. Use the marker to add features like a nose and mouth. Glue thread whiskers onto the thread.Image by Tony Lanz
Use a boxed kit or food coloring to color your egg the way you like. Dress up the center of the egg with a fun sticker or a collection of stickers in a creative design.Image credit: Tony Lanz
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