Tonight a few girlfriends of mine are getting together to decorate eggs. I figure since we’re all in our mid 20′s that it was time for something a little different besides just the solid colored eggs. Here are some ideas that I liked the best when I was searching other blogs. To find out how to create each be sure to click on either the link or the photo to get directions.
1. Silk dyed Eggs via Our Best Bites
This is great if your dad or grandpa has a bunch of old ties they never wear.
2. Washi Tape Eggs by Pure Joy Events via Ucreate
With this there is minimal clean up/ mess, great if you don’t have a lot of time to decorate but still wanted to create something fun!
Simple yet classy approach to a one color egg.
Beautiful in pastels, a very dainty approach, perfect for any springtime brunch decor.
If you have a flower garden and tend to press flowers this might be a great way to showcase some of the flowers from the previous spring!
6. DIY Robin's Egg via Abby Jenkins
I love the feel of natural sometimes, this way of decorating would be great for a rustic styled Easter.
7. Crayon Easter Eggs via NYC Taught Me
This technique of melting crayons on warm easter eggs looks like so much fun! I wonder what it would look like with a bunch of all the same color family. Various Shades of purples on one egg or maybe a bunch of blues. (do they have pastel crayons…that would be cool too!)
8. Neon Dipped Eggs via Oh Joy!
So simple yet creates such a statement! Even if you chose not to use neon colors, I think this would still turn out pretty cool.
If you have tried any of these ideas out I would love to see your results, or if you know of any other pretty cool ideas, send them my way!
So my boyfriend has been wanting me to color my hair dark for quite some time, yet I never quite felt ready. Or that I even wanted to. Until this spring itch. I’m sure you know what I mean. It happens a couple times a year for me. Right around the time of the season’s changing. I either need to chop off my hair, or color it. Lately, I have only had the urge to color it, since it has taken me so long to grow my hair out. I forgot to take a photo during the day when light was better, so I apologize about the poor quality.
My hair was a reddish color, and I had quite a few dead ends. So I colored it pretty dark, I think it’s the lighting that makes it seem redder/lighter in the after than it actually is. I’ll post other pictures later on.
So…what do you think?
Yesterday it got up to sixty degrees here. It definitely made me dream for spring. I was looking through outfits that I thought would be fitting for work when I stumbled upon glivingthedream’s polyvore site. Such a wonderful use of pastels and I love the clean look of each collage. Take a look at my favorite’s of hers!