No graphic designer will be able to resist these faux pantone eggs from How About Orange. View the tutorial.
Of course, there’s no rule that Easter eggs must feature bright colors. These B&W eggs from Obviously Sweet look sophisticated and are easy to make. View the tutorial.
Did you know you can use old 100% silk neck ties or blouses to transfer color and pattern to your hard-boiled eggs? Non-toxic and the results are quite lovely! View the tutorial.
Old school gamers will superjump over these nerdy easter eggs. View the tutorial.
I’m a firm believer in chalkboard-painting ALL THE THINGS so naturally these eggs were a great find. Use chalk to create designs, write Easter messages, or personalize the eggs as place holders! View the tutorial.
This DIY decorating idea is cheap, super easy, and sure to produce the most unique eggs in the basket! View the tutorial.
Worried about spilling dye on the carpet? This DIY idea is perfect for you: Just grab some washi tape (decorative tape from Japan that’s made from natural fibers) and scissors, and go to town. View the tutorial.
I’m pretty sure these stylish eggs will need French names like Pierre or Jean Claude. View the tutorial.
This dying technique is really spectacular: instead of just dipping the eggs, let them sit in dye of your choice overnight. This gives time for the color to seep through the shell for an awesome veiny effect! View the tutorial.
Soak some paper towels in your favorite food coloring, then use them to wrap the eggs. After a few hours, both the colors (and the paper towel pattern) will create a trippy effect! View the tutorial.
All it takes is some dye and a few strips of origami paper to make these Easter eggs look like they sprang up from the garden! View the tutorial.
This DIY project is elegant and charming, with minimal work! View the tutorial.
This DIY design is for the Veruca Salts of the world, wishing their goose would lay gold eggs for Easter. You can make lots of sparkly designs with gold leaf, but we liked this world map egg the best. View the tutorial.
This is an adorable idea that kids and adults can do together. With just a few strokes of a Sharpie, those fingerprints can become anything you want! View the tutorial.
People in the DIY world like to throw the term “zero effort” around a lot but these beautiful eggs live up to the hype. If you can dip a brush in paint and smoosh it on an egg, you can make these Easter masterpieces. View the tutorial.
For those who prefer a time-traveling sort of Easter. And why wouldn’t you? View the tutorial.
Got no time and no artistic ability? These are the DIY easter eggs for you. Simply rustle up some paper napkins with a pretty pattern, and voila! View the tutorial.
Because there’s no holiday that can’t benefit from more LEGO love. View the tutorial.
All other Easter eggs can just pack it in because, well, just look at how awesome these are! View the tutorial.
Wrapping an Easter egg in textured fabric before dyeing makes an intricate pattern that looks like hand-painting. Don’t worry, I won’t tell if you won’t. View the tutorial.
I won’t lie to you, making these eggs isn’t easy. But when you’re done, you’ve got a one-of-a-kind egg you can display year after year! View the tutorial.
Ombre means “shaded or graduated in tone” and it’s a fabulous look for an Easter egg. View the tutorial.
Impart a beautiful (and non-toxic!) leaf design to your eggs using nothing but onion skins, some old pantyhose, and your favorite herbs. View the tutorial.
Achieve a cool marbling effect with the leftover bits of old nail polish. View the tutorial.
Crushed up colored egg shells can add a beautiful texture to otherwise normal eggs. View the tutorial.
Another simple DIY idea that’s impossible to mess up! View the tutorial.
It’s like that macaroni art you made as a kid, only fancier! View the tutorial.
Black isn’t normally a color used on easter eggs, but look how spectacularly abstract these are! View the tutorial.