Top 10 Prettiest Easter Eggs
Decorated craft eggs are a great way to decorate all Spring long. Really, why put in the effort with hard-boiled eggs? If you use these faux craft eggs, you can create something beautiful to use in your spring decor all season, and you can save them to use year after year.
And with these incredibly pretty DIY's, you're definitely going to want to use these each Spring. Display any one of them in a decorative bowl or on a large tray for a seasonal display.
|DIY Marbled Easter Eggs with Nail Polish via Stephanie White|
These marbled eggs are my favorite. They're so pretty and colorful, and if you follow this blog or instagram, you know that I'm obsessed with nail polish. Though I think I'd use my cheap nail polish rather than my precious essie! See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Unicorn Easter Eggs via Little Inspiration|
I don't have to tell you how popular unicorns are lately. How pretty are these DIY unicorn eggs?! See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Easter Egg Terrariums via The House that Lars Built|
Also trending lately are terrariums filled with succulents, air plants, etc. I love this modern trend when it comes to gardening and think it's genius as an Easter egg craft. I've sen these clear craft eggs in an extra large size as well if you'd rather make a large one. Of course the mini terrarium eggs are so adorable. See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Doily Stenciled Eggs via Urban Comfort|
If you want to paint pretty eggs but aren't very handy with a paint brush, make it super easy with a stencil! I love how this craft incorporated paper doilies. If you're into crafting, chances are you already have some on hand. And if not, you can get them for just $1 a pack at Dollar Tree. See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Gold Leaf Easter Eggs via Make Life Lovely|
There are so many different ways to decorate Easter eggs with gold leaf. You can create a specific pattern or cover the entire egg in gold. But I love how these gold foil eggs have almost a marbled effect. See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Black Sharpie Decorated Easter Eggs via Paper and Stitch|
I take back what I said about the nail polish eggs being my favorite. These are my absolute favorite because of how easy they are. Who doesn't have a black marker lying around in their junk drawer? If you have a metallic Sharpie, you could certainly use one of those as well. Either way, all you have to do to create these cute, modern eggs is doodle away.
And you really don't have to be great at drawing to get the overall effect. Look closely at each of the eggs above; those are not perfect hearts or straight lines by any means, but when drawn all over the eggs in different shapes and designs and displayed together in a bowl, they look great! See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Golden Easter Eggs via BHG|
Whether you use gold leaf, gold marker, or gold paint to achieve this look, these colorful gold eggs are so pretty. I love how the look begins with a color underneath. The blue is beautiful, but I would start with a pretty pink! See the tutorial here >.
|DIY French Script Easter Eggs via Setting for Four|
If you aren't really into the metallics or bold colors but want something beautiful, try these DIY French script eggs. The green moss creates the perfect contrast for the display. See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Floral Decoupage Egg via Martha Stewart|
Floral painted eggs are so beautiful but can be difficult. These decoupage floral eggs make it so easy. You can take them same approach with pressed flowers or greenery, or any cool designs you find on a paper napkin as well. See the tutorial here >.
|DIY Sequin Easter Eggs via Lauren Conrad|
Last, but not least, these DIY sequin eggs are so girly and pretty, they're perfect for a modern Spring display. I like how they create some glitz without the mess of glitter. Use large sequin pieces to make for a less tedious process. See the tutorial here >.
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