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Mound hollowed out, painted or dyed eggs in a clear compote and add a little water:

Simple Spring Centerpieces

Create a bold look with graphic stripes on dyed eggs. Wrap eggs with wide rubber bands (the ones often found on broccoli at the supermarket) before dunking them in dye:

Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

Use all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create beautiful easter eggs:

All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes

If you love to doodle and draw, this simple Easter egg idea is just for you! All you'll need are a few hard-cooked eggs, a permanent marker, and a lot of creativity:

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    Please don't eat them after you colored them with permanent marker! It goes through the shell and is not healthy!

Add a little sparkle to your Easter! To make this easy Easter egg idea, simply mix glue with glitter that matches your dyed egg and paint on with a small paintbrush:

Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

To make this Easter egg design, turn to metallic-hue paint pens after dying your eggs. Simply draw whatever suits you, from polka dots to stripes to a dip-dyed effect:

Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

Our fun Easter garland is also an engaging hands-on project for the whole family:

Easter Crafts for Kids

These so-cute (and so-creative) Easter egg chicks are surprisingly easy to make:

Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs