Before we know it, Easter will be upon us... which means that it's high time to get some Easter eggs in a basket! (Or in this case, a white tray). Today we're sharing a quick and easy way to decorate eggs using spray paint and few adhesive stickers. Click through to check out the full tutorial.
The internet is teeming with hacks and tricks, and as we all know, a lot of them just aren't true. It's the nature of the beast. The same freedom that allows anyone to have a voice on the web also means people just get on the internet and tell lies (it's true, Buster)! I saw this trick a while back for how to pre-scramble eggs before you cook them and I was mildly skeptical. It really felt like another internet lie. Since we're looking forward to the Easter season and eggs have been on my brain, this trick came to mind and I decided to be the guinea pig and try my hand at some golden eggs. I'm here to tell you: it's no lie!
If you celebrate Easter, then you know that it is less than a week away... and that means that it's high time you decorated some Easter eggs if you haven't already! So today we're sharing five of our favorite quick, easy egg ideas that are so adorable you won't be able to resist making them.
Spring is in the air! To me, spring is always, first and foremost, about color. It's also my favorite time of year to keep flowers in the house, but this can be a very expensive habit. Instead, I've committed to getting my flower fix by picking one or two flowers from my daily walks to display in small bud vases. To honor each bloom, I wanted to whip some special bud vases to give them just-the-right place to live.
I found these...
I love a good bargain! With Easter coming up, it's time to start shopping for Easter gifts and treats to fill Easter eggs, but that can get expensive fast. My family hosts an Easter egg hunt every year, and I think these simple dollar DIY Easter baskets made from Dollar Store plastic pots are the perfect way to get a homemade touch without a lot of money or work. Use them to hunt for eggs or fill with grass and goodies for a homemade gift!...
Photo: Faith Towers
Now that springtime has officially arrived, that means that those of us who celebrate Easter are probably starting to think about decorating our homes for the holiday. My mantel has been empty since I removed my winter décor, so it was begging for some festive embellishments. So I whipped up a few paper flowers to add some beautiful pastels to the room. Click through to find out how to make your own paper flower Easter...
Eggs are inherently feminine, right? They are a direct manifestation of a female creature walking around, just doing her female thing. Easter, back in its day, was pretty feminine too. Originally a celebration of the spring equinox, it's a day that used to be set aside in reverence of the Sumerian goddess of love and fertility, Ishtar. You know what else is pretty womanly? Me! The author of this post! With all of these elements combined (plus a dash of energy from the influx of female empowerment that I'm feeling everywhere around me), I decided to decorate my Easter eggs in pink and symbols of power. Girl power.
What sounds better: Soaking in a hot, bubbly bath? Or eating chocolate out of a plastic egg that used to be sitting in your backyard? Yeah, we thought so. These Easter eggs definitely have the better treat inside - DIY bath bombs! Bath bombs are easy enough to pick up at the mall, but are much more affordable to make at home. Plus these Easter egg bath bombs come with a little surprise chick inside. I mean, c'mon. That's adorable.
Spring has sprung and Easter egg season is here! Gone are the days of simply dropping tablets into water and vinegar and plastic-wrapping your eggs. Though there's nothing wrong with the classic method, the sky is really the limit when it comes to egg decorating, and DIYing a dozen has never been easier or more beautiful. We've rounded up fifty of the best DIY egg-dyeing and decorating projects to inspire you!
Plastic Easter eggs are abundant this time of year. You can find them in a variety of colors and sizes, and with a medley of super-heroes and princesses plastered across their round bellies. But when you strip Batman and Cinderella away, you're left with a beautiful shape - the incredible egg. And, it turns out, it's the perfect vessel for lovely arrangements of spring flowers!
Here's everything you need to know about how to take a...
Maybe I'm generalising just a little bit, but I truly believe most people can't resist a good Easter egg hunt. And if you're taking part in one this year, whether you've got young kids or you're just a big kid at heart, you'll need something on hand to collect all that chocolate loot!
Can hardboiled eggs be a design statement? If they're ombré Easter eggs they can. Country Living takes the guesswork out of getting the graduated colors just right, supplying the ratios of water to food dye. From 2 drops to
Easter eggs + Emoji. = A match made in crafter's heaven. These cheeky (and darling) little guys come from the mind of Kelly, who suggests we use
Easter is less than a week away and if you're looking for a simple-yet-stylish DIY project, take a peek at this adorable idea!
Easter is a little less than two weeks away, which means you'll probably be decorating some eggs for this holiday sooner rather than later. There are ton of options out there, whether you're more into traditional dyeing techniques or more unique ideas. So, to make it easier for you to decide, I've rounded up 14 of my favorite DIY Easter egg decorating tutorials. You're bound to find at least a couple that you like from this roundup.
After all the eggs have been found on Easter, they're often forgotten. Soon thereafter, however, you realize you should probably DO something with them. You know...eat them. Deviled eggs are our first go-to recipe, but here's a slew of wonderful and weird recipes that will make those leftover Easter eggs disappear in no time.
These Easter eggs are the prettiest I've seen in a very long time. Delicate yet humble, they're a snap to make, thanks to Anne's detailed tutorials. As she says, they'd look lovely
Downloads, templates, and printables -- oh my! We've rounded up some of the best free-for-the-printing Easter crafts all in one spot. Enjoy!