Easter is coming soon! I got excited about different Easter eggs design. It's absolutely incredible how different the same eggs can look in various countries.
All of us will soon need to decorate eggs, so get inspired with these ideas from around the world. And write below how your Easter eggs will look this year!
I'm sure you can find even more interesting Easter designs, so share it with us!Let's make a huge collection for this great holiday.
Hard boiled eggs with gorgeous wax patterns.
I just wonder how much time you need to finish them??
Of course you'll not find such eggs in every Russian house, but you’ve probably heard of the famous Fabergé eggs.
This one is just so cute! And yeah, pretty universal.
Masters here use some next-level egg decorating, carving out fantastic designs from empty eggshells.
In some parts of Germany you'll see THEM-the trees absolutely covered in colored Easter eggs!
It's harder than it may seems! Here you look at thin wires waved around empty egg shells.
So gorgeous and sooo tasty!
We just love this Easter confetti! Oh, sorry, they call it cascarones.
This fascinating eggs from my motherland just make me proud.
They look so strange because of colouring technique in Egypt, where they use vegetables.
Here they do their Easter eggs blood red and if your shell stays intact, it means you’ll have good luck.
Here you paste strips of paper onto the egg to make designs.
These watercolor-looking eggs were dyed using onion skins.
If you are in Poland, you'll definitely use a knife to scratch pictures into eggs.
Here people decorate not simply eggs, but also whole wells, beliving that it is a source of life. And Easter is celebrating new life, right.
Everyone Makes Amazing Eggs
This Diepkloof egg was decorated probably 60,000 years ago! Wow, right?
Yeah, just a giant Easter egg.But you will not found the egg so big elsewhere.
Happy Easter From Bulgaria, The Rhodope Mountains!
Norwegian Egg, Made Of Chocolate And Decorated With Sugar Paste!
Small coloured eggs...so boring, if you live in France! They are well known for making a very, very large omelet every Easter. And, look, we’re talking about 4,500 eggs here!