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Chalkboard Eggs via oleanderandpalm
Let your imagination flow with this ingenious idea. Dip your eggs in some chalkboard paint and let your chalk do the talking. The designs you chalk on aren’t time sensitive either, if you’re unsatisfied with a design you’ve put on egg, don’t waste another, simply apply some water and rub off the chalk and try again! An ingenious idea.
Tattooed Eggs via thefabulousmomsguide
Forget the paint and all the dyes, for this easter bust out some fake tattoo stickers and get ready for some bad-ass eggs. Apply the fake tattoos with a dab of some water as usual and you’re ready to go after 30 seconds.
Cotton Candy Eggs via poshlittledesigns
Get some cotton balls and dip them in some cotton candy colors like pink or light blue to mirror some fake cotton candy. Stick them onto your egg with the paint as it dries and apply some glitter and some marks to have them look pristine.
Egg Faces via thedecoratedcookie
Dip your eggs in yellow paint and let them dry. Take a sharpie and draw some faces on them and you’re done! Super simple. You could even draw the faces like an emoji to have them be emoji eggs.
Golden Eggs via countryliving
Remember that goose that laid golden eggs? Well, why not turn that little children’s tale into a reality and a luxurious and gorgeous luxury at that. Simply dip your eggs in some golden paint, or you could spray paint them a gold color, personally I prefer spray painting them as you don’t need to wait for them to dry as long. If you can’t find either of the options, you could even take a gold marker and shade the entire egg gold.
Name Card Eggs via thedecoratedcookie
Say you’ve got some guests, friends and family over for an easter meal at your home, and you’d like a seating arrangement to be made. Well, these these personalised eggs are just perfect for being a place card. Dip your eggs in your desired color paint, and you could either have them rest on the side to write on the full name, or you could have them stood up and a simple letter could depict them. Simple and a creative idea.
Monochromatic eggs via obviouslysweet
Take a look at these designs for black and white eggs and let your art do your talking. This is probably the easiest eggs to make as all you need is some white eggs and a sharpie. You could copy the designs shown or you could definitely make your own black and white designs. A checker board one for example.
Cactus Easter Eggs via pinterest
Have a look at these adorable little cactus easter eggs. Not only can you use these as an easter egg decoration, but no one’s going to be surprised if you decide to still have them around even after easter is over. They’re just so cute!
Bunny and Carrot Eggs via thedecoratedcookie
Have your eggs be a bunny and its carrot, a cute design which your kids could easily do. For the bunny just get some cotton and paint it pink for the bunnies nose. Draw the eyes and whiskers on and for the ears just cut some from paper. The carrot is just an egg painted orange with some green ribbons on the top.
Nail Polish Eggs via pinterest
Take a look at these beautiful marble designed eggs, you might think these would be near impossible for an average person to make. However, it is actually the easiest thing in the world to do. Simply get some nail polish and drip a drop or two in water and mix it with another nail polish color. Take your egg, dip it in the colored water and you’re done. Super simple and absolutely beautiful. Work smart, not hard.