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Different Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

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This year I decided to try something different rather than dye my Easter eggs. I really wanted to create details and I knew I couldn’t get them if I used dye… so instead I hand painted them with tool paint! I also embossed names and other designs on the eggs too! I’m an impulsive embosser, but I didn’t realize I could emboss an Easter egg until I read Martha’s April issue!! I found these little planters at Michaels and  they work perfectly to set the egg inside to use as name placements for Easter brunch ; ) Read below for the supplies and the how-to… Oh and these are just for look!
No eating ; ) This “Eat Good Food” egg was inspired by our recent trip to Full of Life Flatbread ; )

Supplies: 
Eggs, tool paint, different size paintbrushes, mini planters, mini stamps, embossing tool, embossing powder.

 

Directions:
For a how-to on embossing click here. To paint the easter eggs first hard boil them and then, using acrylic tool paint, create fun designs! The paint will dry pretty fast and you can use the embossing tool to help. Have fun!!

 

Photo credit: Zan Passante for Sugar and Charm
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17 responses to Different Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

  1. April 19, 2011

    Love this! So fun for Easter!

  2. April 19, 2011

    these look sooo great! your’e so creative!

  3. Kim
    April 19, 2011

    I love the details, and the beautiful dish!

  4. April 19, 2011

    love the EAT GOOD FOOD egg!!cutest one!

  5. April 19, 2011

    i LOVE the idea of displaying easter eggs in mini planter pots – too cute!

  6. April 21, 2011

    Your blog is so lovely and uplifting…awesome photography and ideas. Loving it!

  7. April 27, 2011

    Oh my gosh Eden! These eggs are SO lovely. I’m gutted I didn’t see these pre-Easter. Blog gorgeous as ever x

  8. Love the eggs and your photos of them are beautiful. I’m just hopping over from the Ladies Home Journal article.

  9. April 2, 2012

    Happy Monday! Your Easter eggs are included on my list of 101 Things to do with an Easter egg today! Come by and have a look!

    http://sassysites.blogspot.com/2012/04/101-things-to-do-with-easter-egg.html

    xoxo! Marni @ Sassy Sites!

  10. March 6, 2013

    Nice decorations. I love all your designs.

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