My Top 10 Easter Egg Decorations for 2014

My Top 10 Easter Egg Decorations for 2014

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Easter Egg Decorations 2014!

I used to love decorating Easter eggs. I remember setting up the table with little cups, the entire drawer of spoons, and more napkins than you can shake a stick at. Back in the day, I thought I was pretty rad with some pastel dye. These days Easter egg decorations have taken a turn for the sophisticated. Now they’re just as much fun for kids as they are for adults. Here are my top 10 favorite Easter egg decorations of 2014, so gather the family this Easter Sunday and get cracking! Did you see what I did there? It’s a pun. Okay. Onto the eggs!

Top 10 Easter Egg Decorations 2014

  1. Comic Book painted eggs (main title image)
  2. Temporary Tattoo Eggs
  3. Paper Napkin decorated eggs
  4. Gold-Dipped Marble Eggs
  5. Lace Doily Easter Eggs
  6. Gold-Dipped Easter Eggs
  7. Glitter Easter Eggs
  8. Embroidered Easter Eggs
  9. Mr. Humpty Dumpty Eggs
  10. Confetti Dipped Easter Eggs

Aren’t they gorgeous this year? I think the tutorials get better and more creative year after year. So how about you guys? Do you decorate eggs before or on Easter Day? Or do you have another favorite Easter craft that doesn’t involve eggs? Looking for even more? Here are 9 Easter Egg Crafts Beyond Dyeing. And don’t forget my favorites from last year: My 4 Favorite Easter Egg Tutorials and an updated 2013 list including Doctor Who!

20. April 2014 by Zylo
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  1. Nice selection. I love the ones with butterflies.

  2. These are such cute Easter Eggs! Really loving the Gold Dipped ones. Thank you for sharing this. :)

    • People are so brilliant! I love the gold ones too – they’re so classy and not at all what I remember from my childhood.

  3. Excellent eggs! The comic book ones are so cool, I probably wouldn’t be able to crack them open like the artist did.

    • I know! I would love to do these on wooden eggs or ones that are already emptied of their yolks to keep year round.

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