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5 Genius Easter Egg Decorating Hacks

These creative designs will make this year’s Easter baskets the cutest yet. If you plan to dye Easter eggs this year, but want to make the process as easy as possible, try these five Easter egg decorating hacks using supplies you likely already have lying around your house. Grab a mini muffin tin, some rubber bands, and a whisk to quickly whip up two-tone eggs, striped designs, and dip-dyed masterpieces. Skip the trial-and-error, these tricks produce gorgeous Easter eggs every single time. Bonus: every one of these ideas is easy enough to let your kids join in on the fun. Hop to it—you’ll have a whole basket of pretty eggs in no time.Note: Each of the mini how-tos below starts with hard boiled eggs and uses a basic dye bath. Follow our instructions for hard-boiled eggs here, then consult our basic Easter egg dye recipe here. Combining ½-cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon white vinegar, and about 20 drops of liquid food coloring will do the trick.
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15 Expensive-Looking Easter Decorations You’d Never Guess Are From Amazon

It’s time to wave goodbye to the dreary days of winter and say hello to sunshine, blooming flowers, and all that spring has to offer—and these fun decorations are the perfect way to give the season the warm welcome it deserves.Liven up your home and get it ready for all of your upcoming celebrations with this mix of festive decorations and accessories. From tabletop decor to welcoming wreaths for the front door, these pretty pieces are perfect for Easter festivities, Mother’s Day, bridal showers, and much more. And with Amazon’s free and fast shipping, Prime members can have everything at their door in just two days while non-members can also score complimentary shipping by signing up for a free 30-day trial. Spring (or at least the look of spring) is just a click away!
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The Easiest Way to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

Skip the artificial dyes this year—and pick up this plant-based option at Target.
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11 Beautiful Cakes to Make for Easter

With Easter Sunday around the corner, you may have already planned out your brunch menu. Or, if your big feast comes at the end of the day, maybe you’ve already plotted out your dinner plan. (We’ve got you covered with a slew of ham recipes, including this knockout from James Beard Award-winning Chicago-based chef Sarah Grueneberg.)  And, if you’re like us, you've been celebrating the lead up to Easter by diving into all that great candy. Don’t let all that sugar lead you astray, however. There’s still room for dessert. There are a lot of ways you could go with Easter dessert, but this year, we advise one, show-stopping centerpiece. So, we’ve rounded up 11 beautiful cakes that are perfect for the occasion. They’re bright, colorful, reminiscent of spring and appropriate to eat at any hour of the day.
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How to Dye Easter Eggs with Ingredients You Already Have in Your Kitchen

You’ve got all the natural dye you could want in your refrigerator and pantry.