Published on March 20, 2015

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Photography by By Wilma

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No dye? Try decoupage. For a fun and festive treat, let your kids choose the patterns.
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Photography by Girl.Inspired.

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If you’re looking for a little sparkle this season, glitter is the way to go. An easy DIY technique that's sure to create an eye-catching batch. 
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With a minimal amount of tools needed, decorating your eggs with paint and ribbon is the perfect solution for a quick and easy crafting session.
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Photography by Sugar and Charm

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A chic way to dress up those eggs. Since gold leaf is a bit more delicate to deal with, it will take more time (and effort, too!). However, the outcome is worth the extra work.
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Photography by LVLY

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If crochet is your thing, then this diy is the project for you. After the crochet is gently wrapped around the egg, add string for hanging on your decorative tree. 
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Photography by The Inspired Room

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Think-out-of-the-box. Marker is an easy way to enhance those shells. Kids will have a blast creating designs in their favorite colors.
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Photography by Lovely Indeed

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Eggs, scissors, and washi tape are all you need to create these bright and colorful designs. Plus, it's so much easier to fix some premature decorating mistakes. Just peel and redo. 
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