Easter is just around the corner and Goodwill has you covered with 11 fun new ways to decorate your eggs this year. Before you tackle these egg dying projects, be sure to check out the store for fun ways to display your beautifully dyed eggs. Goodwill offers a plethora of choices for beautiful glasses, jars, cake stands, baskets, and bowls in the Housewares department to showcase your handmade beauties!
Here are 11 new ways I have discovered to decorate your eggs this year! I have a feeling you are going to LOVE these new spins on egg dying and decorating.
Trying to create a statement? These Subway Art Eggs
with Lil’ Luna are just the subway ticket!
Why should Christmas be the only advent holiday? Tackle a countdown to Easter
with a dozen eggs from A Subtle Revelry.
Do you have packets of Kool-Aid in your pantry? Put them to work with Kool-Aid dyed eggs
Watercolor prints are a hot trend right now. Replicate that beauty by letting your kids create watercolor eggs
with Nest of Posies.
Do you gravitate towards a more minimalist decor? These minimalist Easter eggs
are a sweet & simple nod to the season from pickles.
Do you prefer your eggs bright like a rainbow? These rainbow dyed eggs
are vivid in hue and statement from no. 2 pencil.
Love using more natural elements in your decor? These naturally dyed Easter eggs
are dyed with a variety of items you probably already have in your pantry & fridge from Two Men & a Little Farm.
One thing that will never go out of style is the sweetly speckled egg
and you can find a tutorial for this technique over on Crafts By Amanda.
Should you be feeling a little more trendy, you can create beautiful ombre eggs
in your favorite hues from Sugar and Charm.
I hope these ideas inspire you and be sure to visit your local Goodwill store for cute supplies to show off these beautiful eggs. Not only will you have a fun new nod to the season, but you will be able to do it all on a budget that fits absolutely beautifully in your life. (image source: momadvice
What is your favorite way to dye or decorate eggs? Feel free to chime in below!