I was asked to collaborate with Better Homes and Gardens to be featured in an article in The NY Post about creative ideas for egg decorating. The article will be featured in the Saturday, April 7th edition of the paper! I really enjoyed this project and hope that these ideas are fun and easy for you to enjoy with your whole family. Here are some of my egg decorating ideas that will be featured in this Saturday’s article!
Use glitter dots to add an extra shimmer to ordinary eggs!
* Tip – Use an egg plate to hold the glitter for easy application.
Use rubber bands to create a funky striped effect!
* Tip – Repurpose the rubber bands used to on fresh vegetables like broccoli and carrots from your local grocery store.
No Dye Eggs
Make gorgeous striped eggs using Japanese Washi Tape
* Tip – Allow the tape to overlap at the top and bottom of the egg
Let your eggs do the talking with this fun play on decoupage eggs.
* Tip – You can cover your egg entirely with newspaper or cover with colored tissue paper and a few text phrases. Examples are “LOL”, “TTYL” or “cul8tr”.
This is the article as it appeared in the Saturday, April 7, New York Post!
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