Washi Tape Eggs
Courtesy Lovely Indeed
Put metallic, patterned and pastel Washi tape to good use with this cute no-dye egg-decorating option from Chelsea at Lovely Indeed. Cut tape into various shapes and stick to egg surfaces.
Black and White Eggs
Courtesy Obviously Sweet
All you need for this monochromatic look is a fine-tipped black permanent marker. At the blog Obviously Sweet, variations of dotted and striped patterns make each egg look unique. And check out these 19 all natural egg dyes that are totally easy to make at home!
Courtesy Rebecca Gallop if A Daily Something
For less of a mess, nix the dye. Instead, use string or baker’s twine to secure flowers and herbs to eggs, suggests the clever creator of A Daily Something. Opt for forsythia and violet buds, or try rosemary or thyme for a hint of fragrance for these Easter egg ideas.