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As always, click on the photos for more info. Similar Stuff: Previous Look Books P.S. Looking for more ways to simplify and save time so you can connect with yo

As always, click on the photos for more info. Similar Stuff: Previous Look Books P.S. Looking for more ways to simplify and save time so you can connect with yo

Rothko eggs I'm going to do these year 'round Gradient Easter eggs. Put dye in cup so bottom third of egg is covered. After a few minutes add water until half the egg is covered. Repeat until whole egg is covered.

Get out your scissors and get ready to snip- small strips of washi tape make for mess-free Easter egg decorating.

diy washi tape easter eggs

Pantone easter eggs :)

These Pantone Easter eggs are perfect for a graphic designer's Easter egg hunt. The eggs, which were made by Jessica Jones of How About Orange, are partially dyed, precisely matched to a Pantone color in Jones' Pantone chip book and then completed

Beautiful and easy Watercolor Easter Egg DIY.  By Spoon Fork Bacon.

In a twist on the typical egg-decorating routine, instead of dunking eggs in dye, hold them over a drip tray and spoon the color on top. We love Spoon Fork Bacon's sunset-hued, watercolor result. Get the tutorial at Spoon Fork Bacon

Hard boiled eggs + googly eyes = super fun Easter egg decorating idea for kids! (C'mon, who doesn't love googly eyes?

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Marbleizing Easter Eggs...with Nail Polish!

This quick technique is a fun way to create different and stylish Easter Eggs. All you need for this craft is a plastic container with water and some nail polish shades of your choice.

Easy and fun - Melted white crayon liquid watercolor Easter Eggs!  Easy enough that a toddler could help!  :)

DIY Easter Eggs: Toddler Friendly Egg Decorating

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