Most of us have childhood memories of dying Easter eggs. Mom would break out the PAAS coloring kit, and we’d all watch the dye tables dissolve in water as we held our trusty wire spoons in anticipation. That’s the classic way to dye eggs, but if you’re looking for a way to take your Easter eggs to the next level this year, look no further: Here, we’ve compiled 28 different egg-spirations for your creative pleasure. **#13 would look awesome on your table all year round.**Use permanent markers to turn each egg into another beloved Star Wars character.
By adding dye to a wet paper towel and then wrapping it around the egg, you can create a tie-dye finish that will have all the local hippies jealous.
A Sharpie and a great imagination are all you need to make these awesome eggs.
Some hot glue and a few Lego pieces can turn your egg into a StarWars masterpiece.
Bonus points if you figure out a way to make Gene Simmon’s tongue 3D
Dying around a stencil on your egg can create a finished look that mirrors a cameo brooch.
Glow-in-the-dark or fluorescent paint can really take your Easter egg game up a notc.
Paint your eggs to look like chicks are hatching from them for a cute Easter centerpiece.
This idea makes so much sense, it’s a wonder that it hasn’t been thought of until now.
If you’re not into decorating with dye, why not try festooning your Easter eggs with stickers and decorative tape?
Follow the yellow brick road of patience and creativity to create these awesome Easter eggs.
His head was made to be turned into an Easter egg.
Using shellac or liquid adhesive, you can decorate your Easter eggs with dried flowers.
A great idea for loved ones who take their hard-boiled eggs for lunch after the holiday is over
If you’ve got a little guy, he would love to find these awesome TNMT eggs in his Easter basket.
These patterned eggs look amazing in cool tones of blue or green.
Easter doesn’t have to be all about the bunny. Bonus points for including Princess Peach and Wario to the mix.
Inspired by Eastern European designs, these intricate Easter eggs are gorgeous and festive.
These eggs are ready to save the world – just as soon as you find them.
The design is simple, and you can glue on googley-eyes for the finishing touch.
These eggs are so 2015.
Mike Wazowski makes an excellent Easter companion.
All you need is ink and an artful eye to create detailed eggs like this.
By heating the tip of your crayon and melting it slightly, you can scribble awesome designs onto your eggs. Bonus: There’s hardly any cleanup.
Crack the eggs first, dye them, and the peel: What you’re left with is a cool marbled effect all over your egg. Just don’t hide these edibles around the house if you don’t want your whole place to smell.
If you’ve got any old silk ties lying around the house, check out this cool idea: Cut a piece of the tie and wrap it around the egg. Cover the wrapped egg with another layer of white cloth and tie with a rubber bandr Place eggs into boiling water and add vinegar. After boiling for awhile, take the eggs out and unwrap! The tie colors will bleed perfectly onto the eggg.
Fill a dish with shaving cream, add swirls of dye, and cover your egg in the colored foam. After awhile, rinse them off and you’re left with colorful abstract eggs.
If you fill a Tupperware with baking soda, vinegar, and dye, you can soak your eggs in the mixture until their lightly colored with a gritty texture.