By Mikaela Kirby

Published on March 7, 2015

Photography by Michael Wiltbank

Tired of the same Easter egg dunking-and-dyeing routine? We’ve put together some simple ways to step up your game.

Looking for more springtime inspiration? Check out these pretty spring centerpieces and DIY spring wreaths

Styling by Blake Ramsey

Photography by Michael Wiltbank

top with sprinkles

Once hard-boiled, choose to leave your eggs white or to create a colorful base. Now you're ready for some texture: apply tacky glue and then coat with pastel-hued nonpareils.

Photography by Michael Wiltbank

stick with it 

The chicks and bunnies are cute, but sequins and stars add a little more pop. 

Photography by Michael Wiltbank

go mod 

It doesn't get an easier than this: Play with pattern by wrapping eggs with black and white washi tape for an unexpected modern edge.

Photography by Michael Wiltbank

wrap around

A fabric trim adds just the right amount of glitz to those traditional pastels.

Photography by Michael Wiltbank

in bloom

Adhere tiny flowers to dry eggs for a sweet seasonal look. (These would make the perfect springtime tabletop decor.)