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.
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
Lace-Patterned Eggs via Home Made Simple
Chalkboard Eggs via Lisa Moorefield
Golden Marbled Easter Eggs via SheKnows
Mod Podge Easter Eggs via Creative Connections for Kids
Do you have any creative Easter egg ideas to share?
Let me know and maybe I’ll try them out this weekend.