Hip (Hop) Easter Eggs: 7 Stylish Creations to Try

Mar 24, 2016
Easter is this weekend - are you ready? One of the best parts of this spring holiday (besides all the chocolate, of course!) is making Easter eggs. As fun to decorate as they are to hide and seek, Easter eggs are a fabulous tradition enjoyed by folks of all ages.

To help add some style to all your simple dip dyed eggs, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Easter eggs from a few of the best bloggers out there. Try your hand at these clever creations and spice up your Easter basket.

Groovy Galaxies - These Easter eggs are out of this world! As Allison from Dream A Little Bigger explains, all you need is dyeable eggs, paint, brushes and cups to create these celestial beauties. Get the full tutorial here.

Galaxy Easter Egg from Dream A Little Bigger

Cute Cacti - These sweet creations from Delia Creates have us prickled pink! Green dye, terracotta pots, a fine tip marker and some pink tissue paper come together in an Easter egg that can definitely handle the heat. Get the full tutorial here.

Cactus Egg from Delia Creates

Intricate Indigo - We’re big fans of these marble eggs. The team behind Alice & Lois made them using nail polish, nail polish remover, and water – genius! Get the full tutorial here.

Indigo Egg from Alice & Lois

Brilliant Babouchkas - Anyone with eastern European ancestry or an appreciation for eastern European culture will flip over these unique eggs (we did!). Arguably the most adorable on our list, Amaryllis from OhOh Blog has some serious painting skills, so take your time putting these together. Get the full tutorial here.

Babouchka Eggs from OhOh Blog

Terrific Typography - These gorgeous glam eggs will pop in any space and are the perfect platform for all of your Easter puns. Lovely Indeed used printed letters, but if you’ve got a steady hand we’re sure you could paint ‘em on too. Get the full tutorial here.

Typography Eggs from Lovely Indeed

Sweet Silver & Speckled - A great addition to any Easter tablescape, these marvellously minimalist eggs are simple to create. Erica from Fashion Lush used a toothbrush, some paint and vinegar to create the speckled look (can you believe it?). And the silver eggs are just spray painted. Get the full tutorial here.

Speckled Eggs from Fashion Lush

Cool Cones - Paint a cute little face on an egg and we’re pretty much sold, but turn that egg into an ice cream cone first? Oh man! We are loving these sweet soft serve creations from Karas Party Ideas. Get the full tutorial here.

Ice Cream Eggs from Karas Party Ideas

We hope you enjoyed these egg-cellent Easter eggs and that you and yours have a wonderful holiday weekend. Tackle any of these ideas? Be sure to share them with us (@HomeShows) on Twitter and Instagram. We love seeing your creations!