Ah, the wonderful world of Pinterest. From planning the perfect wedding or a delicious dinner, the online community’s massively used pinboard helps to inspire all types of people from around the world. Perhaps my favorite use of Pinterest comes with the holidays. You can literally find magazine-ready crafting ideas, menu options, or photo shoot ideas weeks before each major holiday. Easter has proven itself to be no exception. I’ve found a bevy of beautiful DIY crafts and home décor projects that would make even Martha Stewart green with envy, many of which involve decorating Easter eggs (which just so happens to be my personal favorite holiday pastime).
This year, I’m determined to make some picturesque Easter eggs. I’m not talking your standard dyed with food coloring eggs either; I plan on doing something different this year, from gold leafing to marbleized textures. I have definitely discovered some amazing techniques from surfing my new Google, aka Pinterest, and I’ve got to say that I’m predicting the watercolor trend to trickle into Easter décor. It’s perfect really, since watercolors are light and typically resemble pastel colors, which absolutely says Easter in my opinion!
Whether you’re traditional when it comes to your holiday décor or want to try something new this year, you’ve got to check out Pinterest for some instant inspiration. I’ve taken the liberty of selecting a few of my most favorite designs that would be perfect for a centerpiece or an Easter egg hunt with the family. That being said, if you’re more on the traditional side of holiday décor, I know that I saw a ton of ideas that would fit into any interior design or decorative style.
What’s your favorite design for decorating Easter eggs?
I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter!
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