Stylish Easter Eggs Decorating Ideas | Go black and white


Stylish Easter eggs decorating ideas on the Trend Survivor because tomorrow, is Maundy Thursday, Megali Pempti in Greece…

How about you dye your eggs black and white this year? Too extreme for you? Check the designs and you might change your mind…

Dyeing and decorating eggs is a Catholic and Orthodox Easter tradition. It’s the day that Christians celebrate the Last Supper and dye eggs.

Even though, one of my favorite Easter egg decorating ideas this season, is the natural beige eggs with tiny natural flowers from the previous post, in my modern almost total white living room, black and white eggs in a silver bawl would look like a work of art.

Martha Stewart egg dyeing 101 tips and techniques suggests to try dyeing different types of eggs in order to vary the sizes like quail for smaller and goose or ostrich for larger.

However, using ordinary white chicken eggs make a terrific blank canvas for all sorts of decorating projects.

So, if you are looking for something different this year following runway fashion trends of Givenchy and Balmain, use these stylish contemporary egg painting ideas as an inspiration.


Balmain lookbook 2015

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Easter Eggs Decorating Ideas black and white

Easter Eggs Decorating Ideas | Go black and white

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Where you can place your pretty eggs?!



“Let the Easter eggs serve as your reminder,
That nothing can hinder you,
In fulfilling your dreams,
I’m wishing you an extraordinary Easter.”


Source- ibtimes.co.uk  Top Easter Quotes, obviouslysweet.com


Have a lovely Day!!!

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