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Elizabeth Anne Designs

Spring has sprung! With the season's arrival this week, we can't help but think about pastel colors, fresh blooms and the upcoming holiday, Easter. To celebrate, we are sharing our five favorite ways to decorate Easter eggs!


A new leaf

Inspired by nature, this reverse stenciling method from Spoonful is the perfect way to turn a new leaf this Easter and skip the traditional egg-dyeing techniques.

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A golden idea

We love the idea of adding a golden touch to already dyed eggs. This how-to from SheKnows looks a little intimidating at first but with the easy-to-follow instructions, you'll never want to spend another Easter without these fabulous metallic eggs!

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No need to dye

We spotted these amazing Japanese washi tape eggs over at Better Homes and Gardens and immediately fell in love! The possibilities of using washi tape are endless with the color, size and pattern options—making it easy to create a one-of-a-kind egg!

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Pastel pretty

Get your paintbrushes out for this artsy project from decor8. Use an egg as your blank canvas, choose your favorite color palette and create your own masterpiece!

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We heart the idea of spreading the love this Easter by dyeing eggs! Gather your family and friends of all ages and try this love-filled DIY idea from The Sweetest Occasion.

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