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18 Modern & repurposed Easter egg designs

Posted by Melissa Massello  March 29, 2013 05:28 PM

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The jury is out over whether Pinterest has enhanced the holidays for hosts or just added to the seasonal stress of striving for perfection, but either way it's easier than ever to find inspiration (and a DIY tutorial) for any of your holiday planning needs — like these 18 Easter egg designs, all of which can be done in a day with simple tools and some leftover craft materials.

MODERN & TRENDY

Favorites of bloggers and editors who frequent Pinterest, these nine designs incorporate a current, contemporary design aesthetic with basic arts & crafts materials that even an amateur maker would have on hand (or can easily purchase locally).

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Pantone Easter eggs (via How About Orange); CMYK eggs (via Martha Stewart); Washi tape eggs (via FamilyCircle); Glitter Easter eggs (via Martha Stewart); Sprinkle Easter eggs (via Studio DIY); Monogram Easter eggs (via Better Homes and Gardens); Temporary tattoo Eggs (via Punky Style); Sharpie eggs (via Obviously Sweet); Calligraphy eggs (via Oh Happy Day).

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TRADITIONAL & REPURPOSED

Don't blow your budget on Easter egg decorating kits: these nine designs use materials easily upcycled from cooking or crafting project scraps, like tea bags or printed silk fabric.

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All-natural egg dyes (via Better Homes and Gardens); Tea-infused marble eggs (via What's Cooking America); Watercolor eggs (via spoon fork bacon); Lace-dyed eggs (via DIY til We Die); Silk-dyed easter eggs (via Our Best Bites); Decoupage eggs (via DizzyMaiden); Papier mache eggs (via Ladies' Home Journal); Chalkboard paint eggs (via Oleander + Palm); Melted crayon easter eggs (via Come Together Kids).

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Melissa Massello is a newspaper journalist turned startup junkie and lifelong Bostonian who prides herself on her do-it-yourself attitude. From making her prom dress out More »
Tara Bellucci is a Boston-based writer that lives for fonts, food, and flea market finds. Whether decorating jars of her homemade jam for The Boston More »

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