While Easter is just a day or two away, one of the most exciting or ‘egg-citing’ thing about the Holy celebration is probably the Easter egg decoration. From kids to elders, everyone in the house gets to show off their artistic skills through their unique designs. Just in case, if you are confused about how to decorate the Easter eggs uniquely this year, take some help from below ‘eggstravagant’ ideas. Yours will be a hit!
Marbled eggs are the easiest and the coolest. All you need to do is create swirl patterns of your favourite colour scheme on water and dip your egg to coat them fully. Let them dry completely and your design is ready. You can over line the patterns to deepen the effect.
Polka dotted eggs are the classiest that never go out-of-style. To make it more easy, take a small button and glue it on an end of your spare pen. It should look like a DIY stamp. Coat the stamp on food dye and press it around the egg to create a beautiful polka dot effect. This hand printing is more artistic.
Speckled eggs are easy-to-create. Start by dying your egg with some light colour. Now take a spare toothbrush and dip the bristles in edible paint. Point the bristles facing downwards and flick the paint on the egg using your thumb. Let it dry and voila! Effortlessly pretty eggs.
If you are into adding a touch of sass on your Easter eggs then try creating a light water effect, similar to marbled eggs but use only one shade. Now create few lines running across on the eggs with a deeper shade. Finish off by adding some edible gold foil on one corner for the luxurious boujee
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