Easter Eggs Designers Will Dye For.
There are an incredible amount of beautifully created and designed Easter Eggs out there. Nowadays people use everything from temporary tattoo papers, glitter, metallic paints and rub down letters to create eggciting ones. Several even use fabrics, etching, cut-out paper and appliques.
However, here are a few beauties that still use the good ol' dye you can make on your own.
If you've got the patience, you can make the fabulous Pantone dyed Easter Eggs shown at the beginning of this post that Jessica Jones of How About Orange created for 2012.
An homage to CMYK printing, Martha Stewart shows you how to make the beautiful three dot eggs shown above here.
Below are more stunning egg designs with links to tutorials from Martha Stewart:
above: learn how to make the scrambled lines and letter eggs here
above: learn how to make these lovely botanical silhouette dyed eggs here
above: learn how to make the square patterned eggs here
above: learn how to make the leaf and stenciled eggs here
above: learn how to make the stenciled eggs here
And for those of you who don't want to get your hands dirty, you can digitally create Easter eggs with this free Easter Egg Design app for the iPhone
And don't forget about the EggBot!
• Be sure to check out these 30 inspiring Easter Egg designs at Inspiration Feed
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