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DIY - glitter eggs - via Martha Stewart

DIY - glitter eggs - via Martha Stewart I would do this with plastic eggs, not real ones.unless you like eating your eggs with a lot of glitter!

frascos de vidrio decorados

50 frascos de vidrio decorados, ¡inspiración a raudales para decorar!

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Easter Egg Ideas

Glittered Eggs using good ol’ cheapy plastic Easter eggs! Seal the glitter using clear nail polish so it doesn't get everywhere as easily

7 easy and creative Easter egg dyeing techniques

7 Easter Egg Dyeing Techniques

Super Fun!  Glow in the dark egg hunt! This is a must next year!!!!!#Repin By:Pinterest   for iPad#

Glow in the dark Easter Egg Hunt. This is such a great idea! Would be totally fun for all ages. Glow in the dark bracelets on inside. Hide the eggs. Turn out the lights. And have fun!

easter treats

35 Easter Treats and Sweets

*Rook No. recipes, crafts & whimsies for spreading joy*: Marshmallow Cottontails on a Stick -- Sweet, Simple & Fun Easter Recipe / Use safe chocolate like Enjoy Life brand

Image of Crystal Egg Geode Kit

Crystal Egg Geode How-To Tools and Materials Blown-out eggshell (Get the How-To) Alum powder White glue Small paintbrush Plastic or glass container Egg dye Hot water Craft stick or spoon Latex gloves Drying rack or newspaper

Rubber Cement Easter Eggs..for next year, because the whole koolaid dying idea didn't impress me much.

DIY modern Easter egg crafts Drizzle egg with rubber cement, let dry, then dip in a dye bath. When it's dry, gently peel off the rubber cement. Repeat two or three times with additional colors and voilà -- a masterpiece!

Crayon Crafts: 32 Easter Egg Designs & Ideas For Homesteaders

32 Easter Egg Designs & Ideas For Homesteaders

Melted crayon crafts seem to be the thing these days! Create colorful EASTER EGGS using Melted Crayons. It's easy to do + KIDS will LOVE it. Read the tutorial now or Pin for Later!

Marbleizing Easter Eggs...with Nail Polish! This quick technique is a fun way to create different and stylish Easter Eggs. All you need for this craft is a plastic container with water and some nail polish shades of your choice. No two will come out the same, but that's half the fun! Click through for more.

Marbleizing Easter Eggs...with Nail Polish!

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