Easy Elegance Wednesday – How to Color Easter Eggs

Even though there is a lot going on, I am happy to Share With You Easy Elegance Wednesdays. As I try to keep things relatively normal, Today I Am Sharing How to color easter eggs.

How to Color Easter Eggs

It seems as if I have spent a lifetime coloring Easter eggs in bright, electric colors. For the first time last year, I figured out how to color eggs and I am so happy how they turned out. All I used was paint and nail polish. 

How to Color Easter Eggs

I used white eggs for half of the eggs and I painted the other half. The colors I chose fit into my spring theme and I have to say, I am really loving the orange.

How to Color Easter Eggs with Nail Polish

You can find the complete DIY to color Easter eggs on my blog post titled My 100 Year Old Home | How to Color Easter Eggs

In the meantime, I am so excited to share with you Easy Elegance Wednesdays, where we celebrate simple elegant decor.  

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Today we are sharing:

Sanctuary Home Decor | Spring Flower Arrangement in 3 Easy Steps

Make this spring arrangement in 3 easy steps

StoneGable | Book Page Egg DIY

EEW 4-1-20 BOOK PAGE EGG DIY StoneGable

Designthusiasm | Free Spring Printable Bookmarks and Jar Labels

spring printable bookmarks and labels

Home Stories A To Z | Spring Home Tour: Cottage Style Decorating Ideas

Spring-Decorating-Ideas-Spring-Home-Tour

My 100 Year Old Home | How to Color Easter Eggs

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Rooms For Rent | DIY Antique Dresser

DIY Antique Dresser

Pin the image below to your Easter or spring decor boards on Pinterest (just click the Pin button in the top left corner). You can also follow along with me on Pinterest!

How to Color Easter Eggs

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