Easter is just a week away from us, so we thought that it would be nice to share with you some tutorials that will make it easy for you to decorate your Easter eggs this year. If this is your first time dying the eggs, don’t worry cause we have collected some awesome step-by-step tutorials that will show you how to do the job from the beginning to the end. Even if it’s not your first time decorating the Easter eggs, it’s always good to try some new techniques that will give you a fresh and interesting look to the eggs. Don’t go for the same look year by year, but experiment with the designs and bring refreshment in your home for each holiday. Scroll down through the photos and see The Best Step-By-Step Easter Egg Decorations That Will Blow Your Mind. These photos will grab your attention, so inspect them well and see how would you like to see your Easter eggs this time!
If you are a fan of glitter maybe you should give this design a try. It’s super easy and it just requires glue and of course glitter in the colors you like the best.
The unconventional ideas of dying the Easter eggs are really interesting since you get design that are not seen very often, and your decorations will be super unique.
If you wish to convey a message you should definitely try the watercolor letter eggs. Follow the steps and you won’t have any difficulties to achieve the awesome final results.
Here’s another interesting trick that you probably haven’t thought of. Would you like to recreate these designs?
For this idea you don’t even need colors, so if you don’t have any in your home, don’t worry. Get some paper flowers and just stick them on the eggs. You will be surprised at how amazing they look!
What do you say about adding some personal touch to the eggs this year? Use family photos to create interesting design that will make your family and friends say wow!
The melted-crayons technique is another interesting DIY activity if you prefer colorful look of the eggs.
Have you decided for the mono-color look? You can never go wrong with it, but make them sparkle by adding some gold to the eggs!
See what you can use in order not to make a mess in your kitchen while dying the eggs!
The water marble technique works great for Easter eggs as well, so if you are good at it, you should definitely give it a try.
Tie the eggs with rope before dying them to get some playful looks.
So, have you find the technique that you are going to use this Easter? Have these tutorials been useful to you? Let us know in the comments below!