Each Easter my family gathers together at my grandmother’s house, and after we’ve stuffed our faces full of ham and deviled eggs, one of my favorite traditions is that we all dye Easter eggs – everyone is involved from the adults to the little ones. There’s nothing wrong with the traditional approach to dip-dyeing your eggs with food coloring, but if you want to get creative and take your Easter egg game to a whole new level try out these DIY projects below!
Check out this tutorial over on La La Land to give your Easter eggs a modern twist by using foil, tissue paper, and making them 3D.
If you are running out of time, and want a quick fix to getting your home decorated for all of your family and friends, this DIY by Seventy Nine Ideas is for you. All you need is a can of spray paint, and then if you want to go the extra mile you can add some sprigs of flowers to them.
Once you’re finished dyeing your Easter eggs throw them in a vase. You can also add some flowers on top, and you’ll have a cute centerpiece everyone will be talking about. Head over to Place of my Taste for this DIY centerpiece tutorial.
This centerpiece tutorial by Bell’alimento takes less than 5 minutes, and it includes the infamous Easter candy, Peeps!
Your Easter will be one of a kind with these specialized eggs and centerpieces. Whether you take the traditional or nontraditional approach. we hope you all have a wonderful happy Easter!