150+ Beautiful and Creative Suggestions for Dyeing Easter Eggs

by John Griffith

Spring is fast approaching and, although most of us are really looking forward to warmer weather and blossoming trees, there is something we anticipate even more: Easter! There are many reasons to love this joyous holiday – yummy food, egg hunts, gift baskets and – above all – spending quality time with our loved ones. This is exactly why we decided to devote today’s article on one of our favorite traditions – dying Easter eggs. Not only is it a fun activity that all the family can enjoy, but it helps to bring us all together and gives us an opportunity to display our creativity and artistic skills.

Have you ever wondered about the origins of the tradition of dying Easter eggs? There are many different versions of the story. According to some, people used to color eggs long before the onset of Christianity. The word Easter itself stems from Ēostre – the name of a Germanic goddess, associated with spring and fertility. She was often depicted with birds, rabbits and eggs, which symbolized rebirth and the renewal of life after winter. It is believed that after Christianity became a widespread religion, some pagan rituals, such as the dying of Easter eggs, were incorporated into the new doctrine. Other sources claim that the tradition of coloring eggs began with Christianity. There are several legends according to which eggs carried by the Virgin Mary or Mary Magdalene changed their color to red either during Jesus’ crucifixion or after his resurrection. Yet another legend tells of a 13th century monarch, King Edward I of England, who allegedly gifted 450 painted eggs decorated with gold leaf to his royal court for Easter, thus starting the egg dying tradition.

We may never find out for sure which of the three versions is true but whatever the reason – we really glad that this fun and unique tradition came to be! And, since we want to share our love for Easter with you, we have selected the 150 very best and most original ideas for egg dying, coloring and decorating, including tips and tutorials. We hope they will make your holiday even more special and unique!

Dying Easter Eggs – A Fun and Festive Family Activity!

dying easter eggs, round white dish, containing eggs dyed in purple, turquoise and shiny golden color, some have patterns, while others are decorated with colorful broken egg shells


Our suggestions are divided into four groups. The first includes original and very creative ideas, for people who like crafting and trying new things. The second section features inspiration for those who like to paint, while the third is devoted to traditional methods of coloring eggs, using wax, natural dyes and more. The final group features various designs created with mixed media, which we found particularly interesting and inspirational.

Fun and colorful or stylish black and white? You decide!

six white eggs, decorated with black and grey triangular shapes, placed on patterned, grey and cream fabric with tassels, dying easter eggs

These glamorous Easter eggs are fit for royals!

pale peach, silver and white eggs, decorated with stick-on white pearls, silver and gold gem stickers, dying easter eggs, inside a white dish, with grey decorations


A simple but very effective design:

shiny black eggs, decorated with white drawings, of leaves and scales, geometric shapes and other patterns, dying easter eggs, placed in a nest made of straw, and a pale pastel pink ribbon

Cool and easy ideas you can try:

How cute are these unicorn eggs? Learn how to make them in the tutorial below!

two white eggs, decorated to look like unicorns, with small golden fabric horns, little artificial flower crowns, closed eyes stickers, dying easter eggs, inside a pink egg dish


What you’ll need:

  • Plain white hen’s eggs
  • Small unicorn horns for crafting (sold in various online shops)
  • Miniature decorative flowers in white and pink (you can find them in all good art supply stores)
  • Super glue
  • Sleepy eye stickers or black marker


  1. First of all, hard-boil the eggs and leave them aside to cool.
  2. Take one of the small unicorn horns and put a tiny amount of superglue on it. Carefully stick it to the egg.
  3. Now, take some flowers and stick them around the horn. Be careful not too overdo it though – the horn mustn’t be obstructed!
  4. Carefully stick the eye stickers or draw them by hand using a black marker.
  5. Repeat until you have the amount of eggs you need.

Easy, right? Try it yourself!

Everything you need to make your own unicorn-themed Easter eggs:

unicorn egg materials, small artificial flowers, in white and pink, five fabric horns in gold, two white eggs, dying easter eggs

Sticking the horn can be tricky – be careful not to use too much glue!

finished unicorn egg, inside a pastel pink egg dish, near a plain white egg, with a golden horn on top, dying easter eggs, tiny pink artificial flowers

Once done, your Easter eggs should look like this:

six finished unicorn decorated eggs, dying easter eggs, all white with golden horns, closed eye stickers, small artificial flower crowns

Our next tutorial is just as sweet and even easier to make! Your family and friends will love these cute pineapple eggs:

three eggs painted in white, and decorated with many light green paper leaves, to look like pineapples, dying easter eggs, placed inside a grey cardboard egg box

What you’ll need:

  • Several hen’s eggs
  • Yellow egg dye or food colorant
  • A sheet of light green card
  • A pair of scissors
  • Glue


  1. Boil the eggs and dye them, following the instructions on the colorant’s wrapper. Once done, leave them aside to dry.
  2. Use the scissors to cut leaf shapes in different sizes from the green crafting paper. You will need about 15 for each egg.
  3. Take a colored and dried egg and carefully stick the leaf cutouts, one by one, on its top, forming a circle.
  4. Stick more leaves, until you are satisfied with the results.
  5. Voila! Your Easter pineapple eggs are ready!

If you don’t have any food colorant on hand, you can paint the eggs using acrylic paint and a brush

human hand with cream-colored nail polish, sticking a pale grey paper leaf, to a yellow painted egg, dying easter eggs, inside a cardboard box, with two more yellow eggs

Make sure to use clear glue which leaves no trace once it’s dry!

close up of four eggs inside a cardboard box, all painted in yellow, one of them has several paper leaves stuck to its top, making it look like a pineapple, dying easter eggs

Fresh, creative, cute…and made only in 5 easy steps!

completed pineapple eggs, all died yellow, and decorated with pale green paper leaves, dying easter eggs, several inside a cardboard box, one laying outside of the box

How about making some tiny egg hamburgers?

hamburgers made from eggs, painted with markers and decorated with colorful paper, placed on white and red chequered paper, dying easter eggs, plastic condiment bottles, and fake packets of chips nearby

What you’ll need:

  • Hardboiled eggs
  • A sheet of yellow paper
  • Green crepe paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Red and brown markers
  • White permanent marker


  1. Take a hardboiled egg and use the brown marker to draw a thick line around its middle. This will be the “meat” of the hamburger.
  2. Then, use the red marker to draw the ketchup – a thinner line above the meat.
  3. Cut some small triangular shapes out of the yellow card to act as cheese. Carefully stick one or two exactly where the brown and red lines meet. This way it will seem the cheese is between the meat and ketchup.
  4. Cut a strip of crepe paper, long enough to go around the egg, and carefully stick it above the red line, so it looks like lettuce.
  5. Finally, draw some sesame seeds on the upper part of the egg, using the white permanent marker.

The necessary materials:

brown and red markers, dying easter eggs, a sheet of yellow paper, a roll of light green paper, a pair of scissors, two brown eggs,

A step by step photo guide to make things easier:

step by step photo tutorial for dying easter eggs, explaining how to paint an egg with markers, and decorate it with pieces of green and yellow paper, to make it look like a hamburger

Here is another fun, easy and adorable idea: swan and flamingo easter eggs!

coloring easter eggs, swan and flamingo, made from eggs, one white one dyed pink, with paper wings and heads, placed on artificial green grass, with several tiny fake flowers

What you’ll need:

  • White hen’s eggs
  • Sheets of white and pink card
  • Pink paint or food dye
  • Black and orange markers
  • White permanent marker
  • Masking tape
  • Scissors


  1. Boil the eggs and dye half of them pink, using paint or food dye. Leave the rest white.
  2. Cut the birds’ heads and necks out of the white and pink card, then use the black, orange and white markers to color-in their beaks and draw their eyes.
  3. Now, cut out the wings, making several tiny incisions at the tips to simulate feathers.
  4. Stick the necks and wings on the eggs using masking tape.
  5. Ready!

This project is easy as pie, and just as sweet!

sheets of paper in white and pink, placed on artificial grass, near roll of white masking tape, a tub of pink paint, two white eggs, and three markers, coloring easter eggs

Speaking of sweet… aren’t these ice-cream cone eggs just delectable? This is one of our cutest and easiest ideas for dying Easter eggs:

several ice creams, made from white eggs, decorated with brown frosting, multicolored sprinkles, and red cherries, placed inside wafer ice-cream cones, coloring easter eggs, pale blue background

What you’ll need:

  • White eggs
  • Wafer ice-cream cones
  • Ice-cream topping (we used hot fudge topping because it’s less runny)
  • Multicolored sprinkles
  • Maraschino cherries


  1. Boil the eggs and leave them aside to dry and cool off.
  2. Place them inside the wafer cones.
  3. Put a tiny bit of topping on top of each egg.
  4. Pepper with sprinkles and place a maraschino cherry on top.
  5. Your ice cream eggs are ready!

They look good enough to eat and are very easy to make, with just a couple of household ingredients!

wafer ice cream cones, two white eggs, a small bowl of maraschino cherries, a little vial of sprinkles, a bottle of hot fudge topping, coloring easter eggs to look like ice-creams

Glitter is always a popular choice, especially when it comes to dying Easter eggs! Here is an easy tutorial that we really love:

hand holding an egg, half dyed in sparkly purple, half left white, coloring easter eggs, with a half-removed piece of washi tape

What you’ll need:

  • White eggs
  • Glitter in your preferred colors (we went with different shades of purple and green)
  • Washi tape
  • Spray glue


  1. Boil the eggs and leave them aside to dry.
  2. Once they have cooled off, stick a strip of washi tape around the middle of each egg.
  3. Pour some glitter on a plate.
  4. Spray the upper part of the egg with glue and roll it into the glitter.
  5. When you are sure that the entire upper part of the egg has been completely covered in glitter, put the egg aside to dry.
  6. Remove the washi tape and then repeat the process until you have as many eggs as you need.

Dying easter Eggs with glitter is fun and easy! All you need is some washi tape…

washi tape in white, with red polka dots, stuck around a white egg, held by a hand, coloring easter eggs

…and plenty of glitter!

violet glitter covering half of an egg, the other half is left white, there is washi tape stuck across the middle, coloring easter eggs, a hand is holding the egg

Once the eggs have dried you can remove the washi tape

cardboard egg box, with several glitter-covered eggs inside, coloring easter eggs in light and dark purple and green, with washi tape across the middle

Use moss and feathers for a refreshing, nature-inspired look!


What you’ll need:

  • Plastic, wooden or boiled eggs
  • Moss (can be purchased at most art supply stores)
  • Sting
  • Crochet lace decorative ribbon
  • Quail feathers


  1. Take one egg and wrap it in moss, ensuring their whole surface is covered.
  2. Choose a feather and place it in the middle of the egg.
  3. Cut a piece of string and tie the feather to the egg

You can use a different decoration for each egg – crochet lace, burlap ribbon or anything else that will add a nice rustic touch.




Decoupage is another great way of decorating Easter eggs!

pastel pink and blue jugs, containing three white eggs, decorated with paper napkin decoupage, coloring easter eggs, two more eggs are placed outside of the jug

You may remember that we covered the basics of decoupage in one of our recent articles. The process here is very similar but we decided to substitute decoupage glue with well-mixed egg whites. This will insure that your eggs remain edible, even after being decorated!

What you will need:

  • Hard-boiled white eggs
  • Paper napkins with your preferred design
  • Large brush
  • The whites of  2-3 eggs


  1. Mix the egg whites in a bowl.
  2. Remove the thin top layer of a napkin.
  3. Take a boiled egg and cover it with the napkin’s top layer.
  4. Using the brush, spread some mixed egg whites onto the napkin-covered egg, smoothing its surface.
  5. Cut off any excess bits of napkin.
  6. Leave to dry.

Delicate and beautiful, these decoupage eggs are pleasing to the eye and safe to eat!

floral paper napkin in blue, pink and green, near two plain white eggs, and three eggs decorated with decoupage, coloring easter eggs, beige bowl with egg whites nearby

Be careful not to tear the napkin when removing the top layer 

woman with dark brown hair, separating the top layer of a floral napkin, step by step coloring easter eggs

Gently smooth with the brush

easter egg decorating, using a brush to apply egg whites, on paper napkin, placed over an egg, decoupage technique

Cut off the extra bits, and smooth over with more egg whites, if necessary

egg wrapped in a paper napkin, woman using scissors, to cut excess napkin, easter egg decorating

Here are some more easy and incredibly creative ideas for Dying Easter eggs:

dark grey egg, dyed with matte paint, decorated with pale pastel pink ribbon, made from pink crochet lace, and a small quail feather, easter egg decorating, placed in dish, near other black and white eggs

quail eggs placed inside a nest, made from brown twigs, near feathers and four hen's eggs, dyed in pale spotty grey, and decorated with leaf patterns and labels

six white hens' eggs, decorated grayish-brown, white spotted quail feathers, easter egg decorating, inside a white oval dish, with more quail feathers

Rose gold, pink and white – always a good combination!

gold painted egg, decorated with drizzles of pink and white paint, easter egg decorating, placed inside a cardboard egg box, near other similar and plain eggs

flat paintbrushes covered in pink and white paint, near a golden dyed egg, covered in white splashes of paint, easter egg decorating

Eggs decorated with gold leaf are a very popular and stylish option.

differently sized white eggs, covered with gold and silver tattoos, featuring geometric shapes, arrows and feathers, a sparkler and others, easter egg decorating, placed inside a round, flat golden dish

gold leaf used to partially decorate six eggs, dyed in pale pink, pale teal and pale violet, easter egg decorating, white background

dyed eggs in pink and teal, partially covered in gold leaf, easter egg decorating, placed on beige mat, and inside a white ceramic bowl

white board with four easter eggs, painted in gold, and different shades of blue and pink, easter egg decorating

gold-colored metallic dish, containing six eggs painted in gold, and decorated with three rows of white pearl stickers, easter egg decorating, pearl necklace

We love these cute and clever ideas!

press of champagne, written in plack sharpie, near a drawing of a button, and a small frame, stuck on a white egg, easter egg decorating

the name sarah, written on a spotty purple egg, placed inside a small metal bucket, decorated with paper flowers and leaves, easter egg decorating, plate with napkin

Using multicolored thread is easy, fun, and give great results!

colorful thread in different shades of pink, yellow teal and brown, wrapped around four eggs, easter egg decorating, placed on wooden surface

You can use glitter…

many sparkly glitter covered eggs, in green and orange, yellow and blue, pink and purple, easter egg designs, inside a white dish

…and even fabrics!

fabric pieces with patterns in different colors, sewn together, covering six eggs, easter egg designs

How cute are these easter egg cacti?

easter egg designs, three eggs painted green, and made to look like cacti, with black thorns drawn in marker, and faux flowers on top, placed in orange ceramic pots

plain brown egg, with a tiny white flower crown, and minimalistic face, drawn on it in black sharpie, easter egg designs, placed in a white ceramic egg dish, on a plate

yellow paper party hat, and cardboard collar with bowtie, on egg with minimalistic face and mustache, in a white and blue striped egg dish, easter egg designs

clear dish containing three eggs, dyed in pink, teal and white, decorated with brown marker, white cotton and red pom-poms, to look like a banana split, easter egg designs, real banana and cheries

Easter is not easter without bunnies!

bunny made from white egg, decorated with a hand-drawn face, yellow felt ears and arms, and small flower stickers, easter egg designs, more similar eggs in the background

rabbits made from white eggs, easter egg designs, decorated with white and pink felt ears, fabric bows, and hand-drawn faces

Hologram eggs – edgy style with a futuristic twist!

pale purple egg, partially covered with iridescent, hologram-like paint, easter egg designs, held by a hand with matching nail polish

lots of easter eggs, dyed in pale and dark pink, purple and teal, silver and yellow, easter egg designs, decorated with glittering hologram paint

Cotton candy eggs!

white ceramic egg dishes, containing plain white eggs, decorated with pale pastel blue and pink pieces of cotton, looking like cotton candy, easter egg designs, marble surface

bright orange eggs, decorated with white, symmetrical paper cutouts, forming snowflake-like patterns, easter egg designs, placed on wool-like surface

Easter eggs, decorated with paper cutouts in folk-inspired patterns

vintage inspired easter egg designs, four white eggs, decorated with grey, brown and beige paper cutouts, forming different flowers

And here are our suggestions for those of you who like to paint!

hand holding a painted yellow egg, with blue and green flower, while another hand holds a brush covered in blue near the egg, easter egg designs, paints and palettes in background

cacti and roses, painted on white eggs with watercolors, easter egg designs, letters and other shapes are also visible on the eggs

how to dye easter eggs, purple dyed egg, decorated with a crayon drawing of a leaf, in pink and white, placed on a metal plate, near a plain pink and purple egg, and a purple flower

nest made of straw, containing two eggs, painted in turquoise, and decorated with white spots, blossoming tree branch nearby, how to dye easter eggs

bright green egg, decorated with yellow and red crayon scribbles, near yellow egg, with red and white scribbles, forming a pattern, how to dye easter eggs, green grass and two yellow dandelions

Pastel colored diva eggs  – an original and funny idea!

funny women's heads, with pink or yellow, grey or black hair, some with sunglasses, painted on eggs, placed in a white bowl, how to dye easter eggs

white egg dish, containing three eggs, painted to look like women's heads, how to dye easter eggs, blue hair and yellow sunglasses, grey hair and yellow bow, yellow hair and black sunglasses

And how about those nostalgic and kitsch 80s inspired patterns?

colorful eggs painted in bright neon shades, hot pink with animal print, rainbow heart on a white egg, multicolored zebra and leopard print, how to dye easter eggs, purple background

striped eggs in different shades of green, with white and yellow, how to dye easter eggs, two in clear glass dishes, one placed on the table

heart shapes in white, on eggs painted in different shades of blue, how to dye easter eggs, faux straw and patterned ceramic bowls

Did you know you can use henna for dying Easter eggs?

henna drawings with complex patterns on six white eggs, how to dye easter eggs, placed inside a wicker basket

delicate white flowers, near two white eggs, decorated with paint daubs, in hot pink, peach and navy, how to dye easter eggs

If you are a fan of astronomy, why not dye some Easter eggs in blue and use gold and silver pens to draw constellations on them?

navy blue eggs, decorated with drawings of constellations, done in gold and silver marker, how to dye easter eggs, white fabric with blue embroidery in the background

It’s easy, mess-free and beautiful!

spotty blue eggs, placed on cream fabric, with blue floral embroidery, how to dye easter eggs, near a gold and a silver pen

deep space painted in black, navy blue and violet, purple and pink, red and orange, with white dots like stars, on seven hen's eggs, how to dye easter eggs, placed on a marble surface

woman's hands with french manicure, holding a single easter egg, painted to look like deep space, how to dye easter eggs, on a black background

decorative white bowl, filled with artificial straw, containing seven white eggs, decorated with pink and purple, gold and violet glitter, how to dye easter eggs, next image shows a nest made of twigs, with a single white egg, decorated with a drawing of a lemon

twelve white eggs, decorated with drawings of a chick and bunny, hearts and dots, lines and spots, all in pink orange and yellow, easter egg ideas

easter egg ideas, pale pink napkin, with white floral pattern, inside a golden basket, containing six white eggs, decorated with multicolored hand-drawn bunny heads, and many small, egg-shaped sweets

How lush are these watermelon eggs?

hot pink and dark green easter eggs, painted to look like watermelon slices, easter egg ideas, placed on green easter grass

hand-painted easter eggs, made to look like ice-creams, decorated with red pom-poms on top, easter egg ideas, on white background

multicolored eggs painted by hand, with patterns featuring flowers and circles, easter egg ideas, placed inside a cardboard egg box

glossy blue hen's eggs, decorated with hand-painted daisies, snow drops and sunflowers, ducks and storks, easter egg ideas

five eggs dyed in teal, pink and yellow, blue and white, made to look like characters from the little miss and mister series, easter egg ideas, inside a grey egg dish

Dying Easter eggs in every color of the rainbow:

rainbow made from eggs dyed in different colors, easter egg ideas, light and dark blue, orange and yellow, green and blue, placed on a pale pink napkin

patterns drawn in neon pink, blue and orange, on six black eggs, easter egg ideas, placed on marble surface

Now it’s time for our more traditional suggestions for dying Easter eggs!

fluffy yellow chick, near glossy easter eggs in pink, green and yellow, easter egg ideas, green grass and blossoming plants

Did you know you could use onion peels for coloring eggs?

grey cardboard box, containing six naturally dyed eggs, half featuring leaf patterns, easter egg ideas, onion peels and branches, plain eggs and thread

tin foil near red and yellow onions, one white egg, placed in an orange onion peel, easter egg ideas for natural egg dying

massive wooden board, containing tin foil, with two eggs, dyed in natural brown and orange, next to onion peels, easter egg ideas for coloring

Tea is also a great natural colorant!

a dozen naturally colored eggs, easter egg ideas, in pale yellow, spotty blue and green, two shades of orange, and multicolored, dyed using tea

Dyes can also be made from coffee, blueberries and spices, such as ground turmeric.

worn blue fabric, with two white eggs, a bottle of vinegar, a bowl of blueberries, a small bowl of ground coffee, a tiny glass bowl of ground turmeric, a small pan and a measuring spoon, easter egg ideas

Boil blueberries, add vinegar, filter the mixture and put it in a jar. 

photos showing how to make natural egg dye at home, boiling blueberries and adding vinegar, draining the fruit and pouring the dye in a jar, easter egg coloring

Your own home-made blue egg dye is ready!

easter egg coloring, mason jar containing natural blueberry dye, near small plate with fresh blueberries, and an egg, dyed in spotty blue color

Boiled ground turmeric creates a beautiful yellow…

mason jar filled with orange dye, near yellow egg on a wire stand, and a small bowl of ground turmeric, easter egg coloring, with natural ingredients

…while coffee turns eggs into a nice brownish orange:

ground coffee in a small clay bowl, near a mason jar filled with dark brown dye, and a beige speckled egg

To create this effect, just press some flowers against boiled eggs, and wrap them tightly with old stockings. Then dunk the eggs into a jar of dye for a few minutes.

violet and pink, yellow and green dyed eggs, with white flower prints, placed in a white dish with holes, containing green plant leaves

botanical shapes in yellow, printed on red eggs, easter egg coloring the traditional way

little nest made of twigs and straw, containing orange dyed eggs, with a yellow cracked effect, easter egg coloring, plain eggs and white tulips in background

Stickers and paper cut outs are also very popular:

stickers depicting a woman, roses and other flowers, on white and yellow eggs, of different sizes, easter egg coloring and decorating

marble effect easter eggs, in red orange and pink, blue and green, easter egg coloring with shiny glossy surface

bright orange feather, near two eggs dyed in pale pastel orange, with white flower prints, easter egg coloring ideas to try at home

watercolor effect spotty eggs, in orange and green, blue and pink, easter egg coloring techniques, placed in a basket made of twigs

a variety of eggs, dyed in pink and red, orange and yellow, with different botanical shapes printed on them, in white yellow and green, easter egg coloring with with flowers

Use wax to draw patterns on hot boiled eggs, then dye them in a color of your choice:

wax decorated eggs, dyed in red, and featuring complex, symmetrical geometric patterns, easter egg coloring, placed on a white doily, in a wicker basket

nail polish easter egg coloring, a set of six eggs, dyed in swirly yellow, orange and pink, blue and white, in a cardboard egg box decorated with blades of grass

Festive messages are always a good idea:

messages written in different fonts, in red and black, on white eggs, placed on white surface, near pink and blue, yellow green and purple dyed eggs, easter egg coloring variations

easter greetings written in black sharpie, on plain white eggs, placed near eggs dyed in green and blue, pink and yellow

gentle flower prints in pale cream, on easter eggs dyed in light blue, orange and red, on a white background

spotted dark blue dyed eggs, placed on white surface, near branch with green leaves, and a framed portrait, almost covered in white cloth

sparkly black eggs, covered in iridescent glitter, part of them are placed in a cardboard egg box, filled with hologram colored easter grass, others are placed on the table

pastel colored easter eggs, in ocean blue and pale pink, some covered in silver iridescent glitter

a single pale blue egg, decorated with gold leaf, placed in a beige egg dish, on top of two ornate, round white ceramic dishes

ferns and moss, decorating a nest made of twigs and straw, containing two hen's eggs, decorated with stickers of a butterfly and a bird, and several plain quail's eggs

And here are the rest of our suggestions!

clear glass containers, filled with different shades of green, and red easter eggs respectively, placed on a white shelf, near a framed drawing of a flower, and a decorative plate

decorating eggs with nail polish, three white eggs, half-covered in clear nail polish, with pink glitter, placed in a cardboard egg box, near the nail polish bottle

Dying Easter eggs with diluted nail polish creates a beautiful marble effect:

tulips in pale purple, placed on a marble surface, near six white eggs, dyed in a purple marble-like pattern, a bottle of dark purple nail polish nearby

black and white marble effect easter eggs, dyed with nail polish, placed on a marble surface, near three purple tulips, and two bottles of nail polish

Funny celebrity cartoons and quotes:

celebrities cartoons painted on white eggs, whitney houston and oprah winfrey, kanye west and justin timberlake, beyonce and jennifer aniston, other eggs are painted in pink, blue and yellow, and feature quotes

close up of an easter egg with a cartoon drawing of oprah winfrey, placed next two blue eggs, and one pink egg, all bearing the words you get an egg

Cute Easter eggs inspired by various cartoon characters:

teal easter eggs, decorated with gem and pearl stickers, and blue glitter shapes, inspired by disney's frozen

ceramic egg holder with chick figurine, with six easter eggs, made to look like five angry birds' characters, and a minion

children's easter crafts idea, six eggs painted blue and yellow, and decorated with sticky eyes and marker, to look like minions

emoji easter eggs, dyed in yellow, faces hand-painted with black, red white and blue marker

Fans of Game of Thrones will love these “dragon” eggs!

game of thrones inspired dragon easter eggs, ostrich eggs painted in yellow, green and dark red, with hand-drawn golden and black scales, placed inside a chest

plain white egg, decorated with heart shape, made from golden sequin rope, placed on purple and pink easter grass

watermelon slice, ice lollies and cupcake stickers, on white hen's eggs, placed in a white bowl full of green easter grass, pink background

a drawing of a sunrise in the mountain, of letters and a star shape, all done with multicolored points, on three white eggs

We love this cute Little Prince egg!

simple drawing of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's the little prince, in full color, done on a pink easter egg, held by two hands

washi tape used as easter egg decoration, on four white eggs, green triangular shapes, orange stripes, brown and yellow shapes

decoupage easter eggs, one large and three smaller, covered in blue floral napkins, with roses and butterflies, intense red background

vintage newspaper decoupage easter eggs, decorated with black stamp-like patterns, butterflies and fancy writing, placed in a nest with many clothes buttons

rose patterned easter eggs, in pale blue and pale yellow, made with decoupage techniques, placed on a white napkin

Another cute, clever and easy idea!

kids' easter projects, three eggs painted orange, and decorated with pieces of green felt, to make them look like carrots

mother hens with chicks, and a bunny, drawn on three easter eggs, dyed in red, violet and green

simple white and orange flowers, with green leaves, painted on easter eggs, dyed in red green and yellow

easter eggs in white, decorated with simple drawings, of different flowers, houses and birds, all done in markers

traditional eastern european easter eggs, different sizes dyed in red, blue and green, yellow and purple, and decorated with complex, white floral patterns

Gorgeous easter eggs with folk motifs:

professionally painted easter egg decorations, blue and beige, red and green, with symmetrical floral motifs and patterns, polish or russian

pile of professionally painted easter eggs, various colors and drawings, musician and flowers, animals and birds, european folklore style

pieces of shells from colored eggs, in green pink and teal, used as decoration on white eggs

speckles in red and black, on easter eggs dyed in yellow, pink and blue, placed on a bright yellow surface

splatter of paint, either yellow, pale blue and pink, or blue brown and black, on white eggs, unusual easter idea

space dyed eggs, dipped in navy blue, dark purple and white paint, and covered in silver glitter

Hot pink or cool blue?

hot pink easter eggs, decorated with white, black and golden dots, or gold leaf, and one white egg, decorated with pink and gold crosses, pink easter grass

plastic easter grass in pink, two pink eggs, partially covered in gold leaf, one white egg, decorated with hand-drawn hearts, in black and gold

nine white eggs, decorated with runny blue and pink paint, using a straw, clever easter idea

inky blue flower patterns, hand-drawn on white easter eggs, placed in a white bowl, filled with brown easter grass

tulips in purple, near a cream-colored cloth, with four white easter eggs, decorated with hand-painted, dark blue flowers

yellow and orange swirly patterns, on easter eggs decorated with nail polish, an open bottle of orange nail polish, and a closed bottle of red nail polish nearby

Have fun with our dying Easter eggs ideas!

sprinkle-covered ester egg, in yellow and white, pale blue and pink, held by two hands with yellow nail polish, and white and yellow chequered sleeves

classic easter eggs, dyed with natural colorants, earthy brown and orange, different shades of purple and blue, placed on dye-stained fabric

John Griffith

John Griffith is a young, passionate journalist. Writing has been John’s hobby ever since he was a boy. He has worked in some of the UK’s most successful news portals over the course of his professional career but found his forever home at Archzine.