Boho Easter Eggs Decor IdeasEaster
Looking for inspiration to dye your Easter eggs with vibrant colors and exotic bohemian patterns? Then this post is definitely for you. Be creative, have fun and wow your guests!
Pysanka is an Ukrainian egg, decorated with traditional folk designs using a wax-resist method. The result is really impressive, for the how-to you can visit pysankybasics.
The goal of the creator of these Lovely Ukrainian Easter Eggs Pysanka is to raise money to support S.A.F.E ( Save Animals From Evil ), a Finland-based art project inspired by Let’s Adopt! Their goal is to raise funds for the Simba Fund through the sale of art and crafts.
Goose feather painted German Easter eggs…remarkable
The Slavic ethnic minurity community of Sorbs, living in Germany use a goose feather to decorate the eggs with wax. The eggs are dipped into colors several times. Each color applied takes one hour.
The pysanky easter eggs are very complicated and require lot of patience. If you are looking for an easier and faster way to color your Easter eggs you can use watercolors and make some fun and cool effects as below.
for the instructions visit alisaburke
If you are not good in painting don’t get disappointed, you can use self adhesive Easter eggs stickers instead. Pretty, quick and super easy!
Silk tie dyed boho Easter eggs for long lasting results.
Silk fabric cut from old ties, dresses and scarfs can turn your eggs into wonderful surprises of color and pattern!
for the instructions visit relish
Graphic, metallic eggs.
The eggs above were created using metallic leaf, Washi tape, ribbon, and spray adhesive.
for the instructions visit brit
Seismograph Easter eggs
via Aunt Peaches
Polymer clay Easter eggs decor
You can have brightly colored Easter eggs without having to bust out the dye.
If you want to go for something much easier and less time consuming then the below Easter eggs are for you.