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Easy DIY Easter Eggs

Growing up, we always dyed Easter eggs with the kits you could buy from the grocery store. We'd sometimes add designs with waxy white crayons or the stickers that came in the box. We'd even turn the eggs into a rainbow egg salad after we were done. It was a fun tradition that I looked forward to each year. Now that I've got kids of my own, decorating Easter eggs has become a fun activity to do as a family each spring.

Thanks to Pinterest and the D-I-Y era, the Easter egg decorating game has changed a bit. Nowadays, people are creating absolutely stunning designs with their hard boiled eggs, one-upping other artists and crafters around the interwebs. If you want to kick your Easter egg decorating game up a notch, here are some of the most creative Easter eggs you can find...

Create a stunning ombre display by dying each of your eggs a different shade of the same color!

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Nail Polish: Do you have a million bottles of old nail polish laying around? Here's a stunning way to decorate your Easter eggs. Watch our tutorial here!

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Fruit Eggs: Turn your Easter eggs into something other than an egg! These pineapple eggs are adorable!

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Subway Series: Want to pay tribute to the city that never sleeps? These NYC subway eggs are so creative!

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Golden Eggs: Add some glitz and glam with gold leaf! These eggs are pretty enough to save for next year.

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Type Cast: Is creative type your thing? These hand-stamped Easter eggs are clever, and the options are endless!

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Pantone Inspired: Color lovers, unite! These Pantone Easter eggs will make every design lover swoon.

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Pieced Together: Create a mosaic masterpiece by gluing pieces of dyed egg shell to a brand new egg!

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Turn your decorated Easter eggs into a fun spring display with handmade wire coils and some fun paint!

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Lace is back and it's here to stay! These lace Easter eggs are stunning.

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Have an overabundance of washi tape? Decorate your Easter eggs with fun designs and patterns!

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Tattoos: For an easy way to make some impressive looking Easter eggs, decorate them with temporary tattoos!

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