20 Stylish & Fun DIY Easter Egg Ideas

One of the best parts about Easter is the time-honored tradition of decorating colorful Easter eggs—a custom that actually dates back to the 17th century. But in the present 21st century, decorating easter eggs is more than just painting it with bright colors. Nowadays there should be concepts to make it more fun and exciting. So as very helpful blogger, I rounded up my favorite 20 DIY Easter Egg Ideas I gathered from Pinterest, where else? From runway-inspired easter eggs to piñatas, enjoy this round up smattering of egg-cellent ideas.

1. Runway-Inspired Easter Eggs: Here’s a stylish way to incorporate you fashion obsession this Easter. Serena Abraham of Brooklyn-based event design company Tinsel & Twine designed Easter eggs inspired by standout runway looks from the Spring 2014 collections such as Prada, Chanel, and Fendi -just among others. Easter has never looked so fashionable! (via StyleCaster)

2. Easy Tie Dye Easter Eggs: Got only 10 Minutes? Easter is already this comming Sunday, if you’re too busy to prepare here is the easiest Easter egg DIY. All you need are Sharpies, nail polish remover and eggs (duh) to make ‘em happen. Oh, and 10 minutes Say hello to a super fun Easter basket of very colorful eggs! (via Brit + Co)

3. DIY Easter Egg Birds: What came first, the chicken or the egg? Well, in this case it was the egg… and then turned them into four favorite birds: a toucan, an owl, a penguin and a peacock. The best part about this DIY, it so easy. Only made with craft paint, card stock and Sharpies — no templates or fancy dye required! (via Brit + Co)

4. Easter Egg Piñatas: Take a little inspiration from birthday parties of your youth and Cinco de Mayo and create little bundles of candy instead of using traditional eggs. (via Oh Happy Day)

5. Sprinkle Easter Eggs: Now, if only that was a Cadbury egg covered in sprinkles… (via Studio DIY)

6. Easter Egg People: This printable Easter egg project are not only very fashionable but also very easy. Just print the templates and draw cute faces. Maybe stage an Easter egg runway? (via Mr. Printables)

7. Decal Easter Eggs: It’s hard to choose just a few of Martha’s marvelous Easter creations, but this one is definitely my favorite. (via Martha Stewart)

8. Washi and Glitter Tape Eggs: What’s better than washi tape? Combining it with glitter tape, of course. (via Centsational Girl)

9. Graffiti-Inspired Easter Eggs: Who knew Easter could look like street art? (via Paper & Stitch)

10. Silk-Dyed Eggs: Easter Eggs are commonly colorful and vibrant but I’m really digging this black and white color (or non-color?) palette. (via Country Living)

11. Botanical Eggs: You can use natural elements like leaves, flowers, and the like to create these botanical beauties. (via Country Living)

12. Watercolor Easter Eggs: Watercolor strikes again in the form of these whimsical and sort of modern-art-esque eggs. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)

13. Square Patterned Easter Eggs: next Martha Pick is sort of plaid, sort of geometric, and a lot of layered awesome. (via Martha Stewart)

14. Metallic and Blue Easter Eggs: Aren’t this the most sophisticated-looking Easter eggs?! It’s like Tiffany & Co’s Easter Limited Edition Special (via BHG)

15. Paint-Splattered Easter Eggs: Go Jackson Pollock on your eggs with this abstract option. (via BHG)

How will you decorate your Easter eggs this year? Are you doing any of these DIY Easter egg ideas? Share it below or better, share a photo of your Easter eggs on Instgram using the hashtag #StyleVanity and you might just get featured in SV’s Facebook.