Dyeing Easter eggs is a rite of spring. Tired of the same dunking-and-dyeing routine? Add a little something extra to those color-coded eggs.
We’ve put together some simple ways to step up your game.
top with sprinkles
Once hard-boiled, choose to leave your eggs white or to create a colorful base. Now you’re ready for some texture: apply tacky glue and then coat with pastel-hued nonpareils.
stick with it
The chicks and bunnies are cute, but sequins and stars add a little more pop.
It doesn’t get an easier than this: Play with pattern by wrapping eggs with black and white washi tape for an unexpected modern edge.
A fabric trim adds just the right amount of glitz to those traditional pastels.
Adhere tiny flowers to dry eggs for a sweet seasonal look. (These would make the perfect springtime tabletop decor.)
Styling by Blake Ramsey
Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK