14 Fantastic Ideas for Dyeing and Decorating Easter Eggs
Credit: Alisa Burke
We absolutely love Alisa Burke's watercolor Easter eggs — they may not be permanently dyed, but they sure are pretty! Alisa notes that she was able to apply intricate designs onto her Easter eggs by using watercolor pencils (we didn't even know these existed!), which even younger kids can use with ease. To get started, she painted on the different colors, and then she used her pencils to add in the fun details. Easy! Check out Alisa's full post for plenty of great photos and tips on her process.
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