30 Plus Easter Eggs Worth Dying For | Snippets of Design

30 Plus Easter Eggs Worth Dying For | Snippets of Design

There are so many cute Easter eggs out there, bloggers and crafters are the most talented people.  I was looking for inspiration to create some of my own Easter eggs to share with you but I ran into so many beautiful ideas, I decided to create a collage of ideas instead.

I did however add one of my ideas on the end. ;-)

via: hontly yum

Via: Honestly Yum

I am in love with these gorgeous blue and gold speckled robin eggs from Honestly Yum.  Aren’t they lovely?

Via: Country Living

Via: Country Living

and these blue ombre eggs from Country Living are my favorite.  Can you believe they were created using regular grocery store food coloring?

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Martha Stewart

Check out these beautiful marbleized eggs from Martha Stewart.

via: unsophisticated cook

Via: Unsophisticook

and colorful rubber cement eggs via UnsophistiCook,

via:joyeverafter

Via: Joy Ever After

I’m am so attracted to these painted farm fresh eggs via Joy Ever After.  They were drawn on using a white paint pen.  Pretty huh?

Via: Mommy Patomus

Via: Mommy Patomus

Can you believe them amazing colors came from natural ingredients?  Find out how to do this yourself on Mommy Potamus.

Via: Oleander and Palm

Via: Oleander and Palm

You can write anything you would like on these chalkboard eggs by Oleander and Palm.

Via: Simply Sweet

Via: Obviously Sweet

or you can write straight on the eggs like Obviously Sweet.

via: miss_kris

Via: Miss_Kris

You can get get diva on with these glamorous glitter eggs via Miss_Kris.

Via: BHG

Via: BHG

or these breathtakingly stunning turquoise and gold eggs from BHG

via: andreasblog

Via: Andreas Blog

These scratch technology eggs via Andreas Blog were done using a dental drill.  What an awesome idea.  She is very talented.

Via: Craft & Creativity

Via: Craft & Creativity

Decoupage eggs are beautiful.  I love these ones via Craft & Creativity

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Via: Martha Stewart

and these ones by Martha Stewart.

Via: Good Housekeepin

Via: Good House Keeping

and these ones from Good House Keeping.

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Martha Stewart

These metallic Easter eggs from Martha Stewart were created by decoupaging gold leaf on eggs

Via: Say Not Sweet Anne

and these eggs by Say Not Sweet Anne  were created by decoupaging on egg shells.

Via: Bubble and Sweet

Via: Bubble and Sweet

There are so many cute ideas now for filling eggs with fun and yummy surprises like

a robin egg cake pop in nest

Via: Bubble and Sweet

these dreamy robin egg cake truffles from  Bubble and Sweet.  Wow, can you say yum?

Via: Martha Sewart

Via: Martha Sewart

or these chocolate filled Easter eggs from Martha Stewart.

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Via: She Knows

Check out these hollow chocolate Easter eggs that you can easily fill with surprise treats from Sandra Denneler and  She Knows.

Via: Herz-Allerliebst

Via: Herz-Allerliebst

Or if you prefer, you could paint eggs to hide treats in like these eggs from Herz-Allerliebst.

Via: Herz-Allerliebst

Via: Herz-Allerliebst

Via: DIY Cozy Home

Via: DIY Cozy Home

or these adorable polka dotted eggs with a message inside from DIY Cozy Home.

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Via: Good Housekeeping

Eggs are great for decorating your Easter table as well.  These table flower eggs from Good Housekeeping are perfect for a kid’s Easter table,

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Martha Stewart

these carrot eggs would look great as well,

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Martha Stewart

even these egg bunnies from Martha Stewart would look adorable.

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Martha Stewart

These moss eggs from Martha Stewart would be a great addition to any adult Easter table.

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Martha Stewart

and eggs mixed with flowers

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Martha Stewart

like these from Martha Stewart, practically scream Easter.

Egg Name Cards | Snippets of Design

Egg Name Cards | Snippets of Design

You could also use eggs as name cards.  I created these in minutes by simply writing letters on eggs with a paint marker and filling them in with stripes.

Egg Name Cards | Snippets of Design

Egg Name Cards | Snippets of Design

Egg Name Cards | Snippets of Design

Via: Home Stories A to Z

Via: Home Stories A to Z

Eggs are even great by themselves on a table like in this picture of splattered eggs via: Home Stories A to Z.

Easter Eggs are so fun and whimsical, they really help bring in the spirit of spring and Easter into our homes especially when there are so many fun options.

I hope this gave you some great ideas and I hope you have a lovely Easter holiday,

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March 15, 2016

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