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Eggs

Explore 11 recipes, 10 projects, 7 galleries, 41 videos, and more

Stenciled Veggie Easter Egg

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Easter, Easter eggs
Arrange stencils on eggs, then dab with food coloring to give life to these spring designs. Watch this video how-to for more info. 
Materials
  • Adhesive vinyl
  • 1/2-inch circle craft punch
  • Craft knife
  • Hard-boiled eggs dyed pale orange
  • Cotton swabs
  • Red, orange, and green undiluted food coloring
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Stenciled Caterpillar Easter Egg

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Easter, Easter eggs
Arrange circular stencils on egg, then dab with food coloring to give life to these spring designs. Watch this video how-to for more info. 
Materials
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs dyed pale green
  • Adhesive vinyl
  • 1/2-inch circle craft punch
  • Undiluted green food coloring
  • Cotton swabs
  • Fine-tipped permanent marker
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Stenciled Bunny Easter Egg

Steps:6
Other Ideas:
Easter, Easter eggs
Arrange circular stencils on eggs, then dab with food coloring to give life to these spring designs. Watch this video how-to for more info. 
Materials
  • Black adhesive vinyl
  • 1-inch circle craft punch
  • 3/4-inch circle craft punch
  • 1/2-inch circle craft punch
  • Hard-boiled egg dyed any pale color
  • Undiluted food coloring, any color
  • Cotton swabs
  • 1/8-inch hole punch
  • Craft knife
  • Fine-tipped permanent marker
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"Cracked" Eggshells and Chick Designs

Steps:2
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Stenciled-Chick Easter Egg

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Easter, Easter eggs
Arrange circular stencils on eggs, then dab with food coloring to give life to these spring designs. Watch this video how-to for more info. 
Materials
  • Adhesive vinyl
  • Circle punches (3/4" and 1")
  • Craft knife
  • Dyed egg
  • Food coloring
  • Cotton swabs
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German-Style Paper Cutout Easter Eggs

Steps:9
Other Ideas:
Easter eggs, Templates
Bring the whimsy of scherenschnitte, the German art of paper cutting, to your tabletop decor. Blown-out eggs, dyed and adorned with seasonal silhouettes, look delightful dangling from a cluster of quince branches. Eggs can also be inscribed with guests' names and double as place cards and charming favors.
Materials
  • Egg templates
  • Paper (in a solid color, no thicker than construction paper
  • Transfer paper
  • Ballpoint pen
  • Small scissors
  • Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage Glue
  • Gel-ink pen
  • 1/8-inch-wide silk ribbon
  • Sewing needle
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