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Every holiday is an excuse to craft in the McDermott household—and Easter is certainly no exception. Especially when we’ve got fresh-from-the-coop eggs (thanks, girls!), dying Easter eggs is a DIY favorite.

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These tie-dye, heart, and tricolor eggs are fun because they take things a step further than your standard dip-dyed eggs. They’re super easy too! All you need for these designs are some rubber bands, a heart hole punch, and some washi or painters tape. (Note: Just make sure to let your eggs dry completely before peeling off the tape.)

Here are a few more uber-fab ideas for taking your Easter eggs to the next level…

Sprinkle Eggs via Studio DIY

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Lace-Patterned Eggs via Home Made Simple

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Chalkboard Eggs via Lisa Moorefield

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Golden Marbled Easter Eggs via SheKnows

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Mod Podge Easter Eggs via Creative Connections for Kids

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Do you have any creative Easter egg ideas to share?

Let me know and maybe I’ll try them out this weekend.

Love,
T

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