Every Easter I tell to myself that’s time to take it up a notch in terms of making the eggs look a little bit more than ordinary. I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in this. Here are 20 tutorials to make this Easter a big more creative and imaginative.
Chalkboard Easter Eggs
If you have chalkboard paint, you can move on to the directions.
Crochet Easter Egg Holder
For those who think eggs deserve sweaters, go here.
Decoupage Easter Eggs
If you’ve never done it before, find the instructions here.
Dipped Wooden Easter Eggs
Easter Egg Love Note
Embroidered Easter Eggs
This project involves a drill and a whole lot of precision, but the results are worth it. Directions from Design Sponge.
Gilded Easter Eggs
Glittery Easter Eggs
Gold-Dipped Easter Eggs
Ink-Stamped Easter Eggs
Tutorial here (in German).
Knitted Easter Eggs
Even if you drop them all, they won’t shatter. Pattern available from The Purl Bee.
Ombre Easter Eggs
Onion-Skin-Dyed Easter Eggs
Full tutorial here.
Pantone Easter Eggs
Find out how to make your own from How About Orange.
Paper Napkin Decoupage Easter Eggs
Here are the directions for a simpler version of Decoupage.
Sharpie Doodle Easter Eggs
Not really something that needs directions. Just needs talent.
Silk-Tie-Dyed Easter Eggs
Stamped Easter Eggs
Get the instructions here.
Washi Tape Easter Eggs
Yet one more thing you can cover in washi tape. Directions here.
Watercolor Easter Eggs