Eggshell Flower Centerpiece: Ran out of bloom room? Use eggshells as a vase! This dozen creates a low, sprawling centerpiece that would look great on any dining or coffee table. (via Little Inspiration)
After eggs have been boiled & yolks removed, fill glass containers about half-full of water & add food coloring. Place egg halves in water, making sure the entire surface is covered. Let sit at least one hour, place them onto wire rack to dry.
Rubber Band as Easter Egg Decorator: Decorate eggs by positioning bands around them in a pattern before dipping them into the dye. Decorate eggs by positioning bands around them in a pattern before dipping them into the dye.
These Pantone Easter eggs are perfect for a graphic designer's Easter egg hunt. The eggs, which were made by Jessica Jones of How About Orange, are partially dyed, precisely matched to a Pantone color in Jones' Pantone chip book and then completed
DIY Easter Craft: Easter Candy Parade Fill glass jars with colorful layers of bulk candy for quick and festive centerpieces. Or, create an Easter basket effect by nestling a white-chocolate bunny or lamb in green paper
EASTER Gold-Dipped Easter Eggs - This little project could not have been easier. I combined red + pink Paas Easter egg dye to get the right shade of pink, then used non-toxic gold paint to dip them. (Be sure to let them dry overnight!