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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 Egg Decorating Technique," and then browse our editors' other 40 favorites.
Instead of searching for the fabled goose that lays golden eggs, @amandahollyday industriously created her own!
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A little embossing powder goes a long way! We love how @ameliamariede made her mark on these simple yet stunning Easter eggs.
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Who knew that groupings of dainty dots could make such a big impact? These eggs from @annloushin pleasantly take us back to elementary art lessons in pointillism!
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Neutral has never looked better! We can't get enough of these marvelous marbleized Easter eggs from Carolyn Garris.
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Let It Burn
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Cindy Young asks the age-old question through hieroglyphic-like designs on these wood-burned Easter eggs.
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Say so long to pastels! We love this unconventional mix of earthy Easter eggs that @littlemommaandcompany created.
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Who knew everyday items like rubber bands or little leaves could make such a dramatic impression on Easter eggs? Props to @marisagrams for her perfect execution.
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An oblong blob of black chalkboard paint makes a big impact on an undyed egg. These personalized eggs by @pleasureinsimplethings would make great place cards for your Easter celebration.
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We love these striped multicolor eggs created by Sarah Krouse! And the handmade paper basket holding her beautiful bounty earns her extra points in our book.
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What a pretty pattern @sisforsweet was able to transfer onto her Easter eggs! We appreciate your use of an underappreciated technique.
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