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Martha’s hunt to find the best decorated Easter eggs in the country continues. We asked you to submit photos of your best-decorated Easter eggs, and with more than 300 entries, we were wowed by your response! Our editors have narrowed down the competition to their 50 favorites. Take a peek at our 10 egg-cellent finalists for "Best Use of Color," and then browse our editors' other 40 favorites.
Capturing all the colors of the rainbow in elegant swirls, these eggs, made by @artcanthurt, are sure to earn Roy G. Biv's seal of approval.
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One Cool Palette
Brenda Allen understands the importance of putting together a strong palette! We're loving this cool-colored mix of teal, powder blue, and mint green.
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Pretty in Peach
Blue-gray and peach might be an unlikely pair on paper, but we're loving the combo on these fun eggs created by @brittnimehlhoff.
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Make Your Mark
Neon geometric accents perk up @dimprovised's pastel eggs, creating a look that's both easy on the eyes and easy to replicate.
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One Colorful Carton
We'd love to buy a carton of these colorful eggs at the grocery store! Elaine Luschas didn't stop at dyeing her eggs, and her festive, hand-drawn designs earn her extra points in our book!
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Green with Envy
@fijie_crafts put together one pretty Easter egg tree! Marbled emerald eggs, golden bows, and hot-pink ribbon make one unforgettable color combo.
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A golden floral pattern adds an additional layer of interest to a one-of-a-kind turquoise egg. Props to Johanna James Heinz for daring to be bold with both color and pattern.
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Hues of Blue
One of these eggs is not like the others! Miishka Pozniak layered on all types of blue -- from sweet cerulean to cobalt -- in her inspired geometric entry.
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The Wonder of White Space
Who knew undyed eggs could offer such an inspiring backdrop? To create this egg-cellent assortment, @pencilshavings showed tasteful restraint when adorning eggs with bright neon and metallic paint.
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This freshly hatched idea comes to us from @sweetnsaucyshop. Edible glitter and convincing speckles did their best to deceive us, but we see these Easter eggs for what they really are -- fun, festive, and adorably oblong macarons!