Break away from normal dyeing techniques this Easter and get creative with your favorite paints. Go bright, go soft, dabble, dot, press or splatter to your heart’s content. You really can’t go wrong when it comes to coloring Easter Eggs, and using your favorite paints allows you to get even more creative. I don’t know about you, but I can never get my eggs as bright as I’d like. With paint, I can go as bright or as dark as I’d like, and I don’t have to let my eggs soak for 20 minutes and hog the cup to get it there. What kind of paints will you be using this Easter?
Paint-splattered Easter Eggs at Better Homes and Gardens
No-fuss Painted Eggs at Better Homes and Gardens
Toothpick Egg Decorating at Better Homes and Gardens
Tie-Dyed Easter Eggs at Better Homes and Gardens
Painted Bunny Easter Eggs at Better Homes and Gardens