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Apr 03

Jessica Noste

5 Egg-celent Ideas for Decorating Your Easter Eggs

Posted by Jessica Noste

This Easter, impress your friends and family with creative methods for decorating eggs. Try out these innovative hacks and let us know how they work out! Feel free to mix and match these tips to create even more unique designs!

1. Temporary Tattoos

Did you know that you can use temporary tattoos on eggs just like you do on your skin? Pick out a tattoo of your child’s favorite cartoon character or superhero and press the sticky side down on the egg. Wet a washcloth and hold it against the paper for 30 seconds or until the tattoo slides off with ease. It's so simple — kids love it! Watch below for more instruction:

Source: Citizen Erased Photography

2. Chalkboard Paint

You can find chalkboard paint at most craft stores. To make this even easier, pick up some chalkboard markers, which let you draw without having to apply much pressure. Paint your eggs, and allow them to completely dry. If you're decorating eggs with kids, give them free reign to decorate with chalk. To make this even easier, pick up some chalkboard markers, which let you draw with more control. They will love drawing on their own designs, erasing and starting over for the ultimate personalized egg! See this video for more tips:

Source: TheKitchyKitchen

3. Kool-Aid

Use Kool-Aid for an easy alternative to vinegar and food dye. Mix one packet of your favorite flavor with 1/2 cup of water. Wait for it to completely dissolve and then dunk the eggs! All they need is two minutes. Let the eggs dry, and enjoy the same bright colors as traditional dye kits without the annoying odor! Check out this video to see all of the flavors you can use:

Source: Grant Thompson - "The King of Random"

4. Whipped Cream

Use this delicious dessert topping to create a whimsical marbled effect on your eggs. Swirl food coloring gel into a bowl of whipped cream with a toothpick. Then, place the eggs in the bowl and roll them gently until they are fully covered. Let them sit for 10 to 30 minutes, and rinse off the whipped cream to unveil your finished egg! Watch below to see how it's done:

Source: Classy Cheapskate

5. Tape

Before dipping your eggs in coloring, create geometric designs with Scotch tape or masking tape. After dyeing, remove the tape to reveal the negative space. Experiment with different arrangements to create a batch of eggs that are all different! Check out this video to see how to create a spiral design:

Source: WirHDcom

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Other Sources:

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60+ Easy and Beautiful Ways to Decorate Your Easter Eggs

9 Egg Dyeing Hacks for Super Cool Easter Eggs

How to Dye Eggs with Whipped Cream

KOOL-AID Tie Dye Easter Eggs

No Dye Needed: Easter Egg Hacks



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