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6 New Ways to Decorate Your Easter Eggs

6 New Ways to Decorate Your Easter Eggs

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It's not too late to jazz up your Easter eggs!

While dyeing them is traditional, some people take this craft to a whole new level.

READ: 8 Recipes to Make With Peeps This Easter

We've rounded up some of the best tutorials we could find so that you could get in on the fun, too.

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Hand Painted Easter Eggs

Caroline Johansson shows us how to get this elaborate egg look.

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Ombre Easter Eggs

Why dye when you can spray? Marji Roy from AshbeeDesign.com shares a neat DIY tutorial for creating ombre spray-painted Easter eggs.

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Marbleized Easter Eggs

Got nail polish? Use it to marbelize your eggs this Easter. Chanel Dror from CamilleStyles.com shows us how easy it is.

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Washi Tape Easter Eggs

All you need to get this look is a bit of Washi tape. Check out LovelyIndeed.com to learn more.

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Easter Egg Terrariums

You can turn practically anything into a terrarium — even an Easter egg! Brittany Watson Jepsen from TheHouseThatLarsBuilt shows us how.

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Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

You can also use Sharpie markers to create a cool tie-dye effect. Check out Tammy's tutorial on HousingAForest.com to see how.

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