Have you been dreaming about candy, plastic eggs, and spring weather all week? There are only a few more days left until Easter celebrations arrive in full force. If you’re anything like me, you still haven’t planned out how you and your family will be decorating Easter eggs this weekend. Lucky for you, I’ve pulled together all my favorite quick Easter egg DIY projects in this slideshow. Keep reading to see more!
Confetti Eggs 1 of 12Isn't this idea so clever? Transform Easter eggs from decoration into instant party game.
See it here at Oh Happy Day
Neon Dipped Eggs 2 of 12Color blocking is a great way to spice up your wardrobe, so why not your Easter eggs? If you're bold, try overlapping the neon dyes.
See it here at Oh Joy
Gold Dipped Eggs 3 of 12It's no secret that I love touches of gold paint. Dip your eggs into gold for instant glam!
See it here at Fabulous K
Chalkboard Eggs 4 of 12Would you ever try dipping your eggs in chalkboard paint? This would be a great project to do with your kids.
See it here at Oleander and Palm
Silhouette Eggs 5 of 12Aren't these silhouettes so clever? Try decorating an egg for each member of your family!
See it here at Le Papier Studio
Gilded Eggs 6 of 12I can't wait to try making these gold polka-dotted eggs for Easter.
See it here at Studio DIY
Chevron Eggs 7 of 12We're crazy about all things chevron. Try your hand at dyeing eggs in a chevron pattern with this tutorial.
Buy it here at Bon Bon Rose Girls
Embroidered Eggs 8 of 12These embroidered eggs have a Little House on the Prairie sensibility to them!
See it here at Design Sponge
Tattoo Eggs 9 of 12Thinking about taking a more minimalist approach to Easter decorating? These "tattoo eggs" would make a quick DIY.
See it here at Punky Style
Glittered Eggs 10 of 12Rather than dyeing your eggs, try dipping them in different colors of glitter.
See it here at Martha Stewart
Watercolored Eggs 11 of 12Wouldn't these eggs make adorable place settings for Easter dinner?
See it here at Brooklyn Bride
Decoupage Eggs 12 of 12These decoupage eggs will add a feminine touch to your Easter celebrations.
See it here at By Wilma