Easter Egg Lookbook: 9 fashion-forward eggs
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By Andie Huber & Shannan Rouss
Need a little last-minute Easter egg inspiration? Here are nine decorative ideas with runway-worthy style.
In Bloom2 of 10
Using acrylic paint and a paintbrush, the design pros at Decor8 achieved a dainty floral effect.
Doodle-y Do3 of 10
Blogger Alisa Burke doodled flowers, paisleys and other swirly designs. The finished product resembles decorated Ukrainian Easter eggs, but Burke's version is way easier to create.
Intergalactic4 of 10
To create this swirling, space-like design, the blogger at Fun at Home With Kids wrapped eggs in drip-dyed paper towels and secured them with rubber bands. Four hours later, the results are out of this world.
On the Line5 of 10
Striped red Washi tape was all it took to craft this easy-to-make decorative egg from German blog Neuer Stoff.
Lace Is More6 of 10
DiyTillWeDie bloggers Amanda and Jacey wrapped eggs in lace and submerged them in shades of blue, pink and purple. After five minutes, the lace was removed and voila: feminine but not too frilly eggs.
Stick To It7 of 10
Modernize your Easter celebration with edgy, graphic eggs. Take a cue from these Washi-taped eggs from KidtoKid's blog.
Spray Paint8 of 10
For the blogger at For The Love Of, coloring eggs is as simple as filling a spray bottle with water and dye—achieving an artistic splatter effect similar to Cynthia Rowley's two-piece jumper.
Looking Sharp9 of 10
The blogger behind Obviously Sweet used two black Sharpies, one thin and the other slightly thicker, to create these bold black-and-white designs. The result? Eggs that are "clean and modern with a little bit of whimsy," she writes.
Globe Trotter10 of 10
Inspired by traditional Eastern European folk art, these eggs get a modern update with complementary colors and doses of white graphic relief.
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