Decorating Easter Eggs is one tradition that my family loves. With so many different personalities in the bunch, decorating eggs is an easy way for all the kids (and grown ups!) to put their own unique spin on things. At The Vintage Round Top, we are all about being unique, so I've collected a few of my favorite ways to decorate Easter eggs with a very Modern Vintage feel.
There are so many different ways to decorate Easter eggs out there but these five picks are very easy with high impact! They are certainly simple enough to do with kids of all ages.
Red cabbage is used as a natural dye for these beautiful blue-toned eggs. It's hard to believe that all of these different colored eggs come from just one cabbage. They are gorgeous!
Natural brown eggs are such a great alternative to dying eggs. They usually come in different neutral tones and then all you need is a white paint pen to makes these beauties! It doesn't get any easier than that.
These are all so simple that you could definitely try out more than one way with your family this Easter. Have fun and Happy Easter from The Vintage Round Top!