It’s almost Easter Sunday, and what would the holiday even be without Easter eggs? Remember the olden days of dyeing hard-boiled eggs with food coloring and calling it good? Well, those days are over, because in the age of DIY blogs, the possibilities for Easter egg decor are truly endless. We scoured the depths of Pinterest to find the best egg decorating tutorials, and let us tell you, these aren’t just any old Easter eggs. From glitter-encrusted to shibori-inspired to millennial-approved, we've found a different DIY for everyone.
VIDEO: DIY: How To Make Galaxy Easter Eggs
Read below for some major Pin-spiration—you won't find any boring Easter eggs here!
1. GLITTER EGGS
We are game for pretty much anything shiny and sparkly, so this tutorial for glitter Easter eggs instantly caught our eyes. Mix it up with different designs and an assortment of glitter colors.
2. WHIPPED CREAM-DYED EGGS
These pretty pastel eggs were dyed using a technique that involves whipped cream, so we were instantly intrigued by this tutorial. While you can choose any colors of your liking, the eggs will end up with this soft, tie dye-esque look.
3. FARM FRESH EGGS
As far as easy goes, these au natural eggs are just about the simplest DIY you can find—no dye necessary. Using just a white paint pen and brown eggs, the design possibilities are endless!
4. MARBLED INDIGO EGGS
These shibori-inspired eggs are so chic, we may keep making them even after Easter is over. These belong on display in our kitchens.
5. EMOJI EGGS
Is there a more fitting Easter egg decoration in 2017 than emojis? These eggs are sure to please any of the younger crowd at your Easter brunch. Find out how to make them for yourself here.