Ideas de como decorar cupcakes

  • A simple dye bath is everyone's favorite way to decorate Easter eggs, but have you tried our tips and tricks to the cupcakes perfectly dyed Easter egg? Here's one tip: Try dyeing different sizes and types of eggs for a variety of looks.

     

    Photography: Emily Kate Roemer
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    Foiled Eggs

    Who knew the fabled golden egg could look so cool? Colorfully dyed eggs get a bit of bling from gold or copper foil, and while the look is luxe, the foil is surprisingly affordable.

    Watch: DIY Foiled Eggs

    Photography: Gentl and Hyers
    Make the Foiled Eggs
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    Giant Egg

    Upsize your Easter eggs –– with an au naturel twist. Large plastic eggs can look glaringly artificial, but with a coat of primer and hardware-store joint compound, they mimic a quail egg.

    Photography: Gentl and Hyers
    Make the Giant Egg
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    Decal Eggs

    If you apply these nature-themed decals to hollow eggs, you can display them year after year.

    Photography: Mike Krautter
    Make the Decal Eggs
  • Give Easter eggs a crafty, homespun look with a bold stripe of neon thread.

    Make the Thread-Wrapped Easter Eggs
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    Lace Eggs

    This Easter, take hard-boiled eggs to new heights by embellishing them with lacy patterns.

    How to Make Lace Eggs
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  • Give little egg hunters a leg up with eggs that lend a shot of rowdy neon to a holiday otherwise characterized by polite pastels.

    Make the Glittered Easter Egg
  • These graphic eggs take a design cue from the printing press, where misaligned plates result in slightly skewed, or "off-register," type and images.

    Make the Scrambled Lines and Letters Eggs
  • Adorn your eggs with playful creatures and fresh veggies by making stencils using a craft punch and adhesive vinyl. 

    Make the Spring Menagerie Eggs
  • Using a natural dyeing technique, Jena Carlin of Little Rusted Ladle shows how you can create these speckled and marbled Easter eggs just in time for Sunday.

    Photography: Jena Carlin Photography
    Make the Marbled and Speckled Blue Eggs
  • This brood is all smiles, er, beaks as they pose for a family portrait to welcome their latest addition. (The photo hanging behind them was taken before the new chick hatched.)

    Make Cheeky Chicken Eggs
  • This (literally) sweet idea from Linda Facci of Facci Designs works like magic: ordinary eggs are filled with solid chocolate.

    Photography: Linda Facci
    Make the Chocolate Easter Eggs Wrapped in Foil
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  • Three overlapping dots stenciled onto eggs beget a batch of new hues. The design pays homage to CMYK printing, which combines cyan, magenta, yellow, and "key" black to yield a spectrum.

    Make the Eggs with Overlapping Dot Designs
  • Eggs covered in gold leaf add a striking touch to any Easter display.

    Make the Metallic Eggs
  • Give egg-shaped boxes a natural touch with speckled paint, butterflies, and a rabbit cut from decorative paper.

    Speckled Butterfly Easter Eggs How-to
  • These beautifully glittered Easter eggs are a sparkling alternative to coloring them with dyes.

    Make the Glittered Sticker Eggs
  • If the earth hatched from a giant egg, as the ancient Persians believed, it might have resembled one of these in our dreamy dozen. We used a simple dyeing technique to create the intricate swirls of color. Every Easter egg made this way is one of a kind.

    Make Eggs with Marbleized Swirls
  • These adorable table decorations can double as place cards; write names on one side of each egg with a marker.

    Make the Crepe Paper Egg Bunnies
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  • Coating Easter eggs with glitter provides a sparkling alternative to coloring them with dyes.

    Make the Glittered Eggs
  • Eggs adorned with the delicate shapes of greenery and herbs announce the arrival of spring.

    Make the Botanical Eggs
  • These Easter eggs are filled with a delicious surprise -- dark chocolate.

    How to Make the Chocolate Eggs
  • Personalize your Easter eggs and turn them into ornaments with a wood bead and ribbon.

    Make the Beaded Egg Ornaments
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    Country Cow

    How now do you make a brown cow? With brown eggs, of course. An udderly adorable calf starts out as a speckled quail egg, and a pair of Holsteins get their spots from black paint.

    Make a Country Cow
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    Gilded Eggs

    Apply gold and silver leaf over blown eggs for an elegant touch. We decorated chukar and turkey eggs in lavender and champagne-pink silver leaf, and chicken, pullet, turkey, and goose eggs in varying shades of gold leaf. 

    Gold leaves and gilding glue are available at Pearl Paint.

    Photography: Sang An
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  • Wait -- don't toss that canceled postage into the trash. Use it to hatch Easter decorations.

    Make Stamped Eggs
  • Ladybugs who lunch don painted-on faces and construction-paper attire (dots are made using a hole punch).

    Make Ladybug Eggs
  • Use this simple technique to create beautifully decorated Easter eggs.

    Make Tissue Paper Eggs
  • Give the scissors a rest: The easiest way to make silhouettes for these intricately decorated eggs is to use craft punches.

    German-Style Paper Cutout Eggs How-To
  • These "cracked" eggshells get their jagged edges from electrical tape, and a chirping chick is made by dabbing food coloring into vinyl stencils.

    Make the "Cracked" Eggshells and Chick Designs
  • Adhere common supplies such as tape, stickers, or even little leaves to eggs; when you dye the eggs and remove the "masks," the designs stand out.

    How to Make Masked Designs
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  • Selected flower- and bird-themed artwork can transform a variety of eggs -- from naturally deep-green emu eggs to tinted and undyed ostrich eggs to painted wooden orbs -- into instant collectibles.

    How to Make Oversize Botanical Decoupage Easter Eggs
  • Why is this bunny so chubby? From munching crepe paper-topped carrots!

    Make a Big-Eared Bunny
  • Transform plastic half-dozen-size cartons into attractive Easter egg carriers with ribbon and tissue paper.

    Make the Stash-and-Carry Eggs
  • This Easter, create a unique display for your blown and decorated eggs by hanging them from pussy willow branches.

    Make the Easter Egg Tree
  • Bright colors and geometric designs make modern-looking eggs, like these square-patterned ones.

    Make the Square-Patterned Eggs
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    Puddly Pig

    This mama and her round little piglet are pretty in pink touches, fresh out of the carton -- but not for long! They're headed to a cool puddle of construction-paper mud as fast as their pipe-cleaner legs  will carry them.

    Make a Puddly Pig
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  • Eggs that have been dyed a robin's egg blue make perfect bodies for these adorable baby birds. 

    Make the Bird Eggs
  • Add florals, stripes, and swirls to your Easter eggs with this simple silk-dyeing technique.

    Make the Silk-Dyed Eggs
  • Add speckles to your Easter eggs using acrylic paint to give them a textured, authentic effect.

    Make the Dyed and Speckled Eggs
  • What makes these painted eggs so exquisite? The gold trim, which was made from paper as well as cord and ribbon. 

    Photography: Sang An
    Tips for Decorating Faberge-Inspired Eggs
  • Perched on baking-cup pedestals, these plain blown eggs were decorated with cutouts from folded pastel tissue paper.

    Photography: Formula z/s
    Make the Tissue-Paper-Decorated Eggs
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  • Stenciled flowers and leaves give chicken and goose eggs a rich, complex look.

    Make the Leaf and Flower Eggs
  • Looking for a last-minute Easter egg to impress your guests? All you have to do is shop your own pantry! To get the speckled look, simply mix food dye and dry foods (think beans, nuts, and popcorn kernels) in a paper cup, then add a hard-cooked egg. Gently shake and swirl the cups to create stunning speckles.

     

    Watch the Tutorial Video

     

    Photography: Chelsea McNamara
    Make the Splatter Paint Eggs
  • Love coloring? Then you'll love these creative color-in-the-lines eggs! The clip-art line drawings make it easy to apply graphic patterns to colorful dyed eggs.

     

    Photography: Aaron Dyer
    Coloring Book Easter Eggs
  • These easy-to-make eggs are painted in pastel colors and decoupaged with tiny feathers for a modern, yet natural look.

     

     

     

    Photography: Mike Krautter
    Make the Easter Eggs with Decoupaged Feathers
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    Washi Tape-Decorated Easter Eggs

  • Can't decide on a single design? A few coats of chalkboard paint turns ordinary eggs into miniature chalkboards -- making them perfect for kids -- which you can wipe clean and redraw when you want a new look.

     

    Photography: Mike Krautter
    Make the Chalkboard Easter Eggs
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  • No dye? No problem. Here's a creative solution with an ingredient you likely have in your makeup drawer! Nail polish comes in a rainbow of colors and produces all kinds of whirly-swirly designs on eggs.

     

    Make the Marbleized Easter Eggs with Nail Polish
  • Blowing out eggs takes time and effort. Here's a fun, easy idea: papier-mache eggs are perfect for a colorblocked color scheme, and they'll last for many Easters to come.

     

    Make the Painted Papier-Mache Easter Eggs
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    Funny Easter Eggs

    Who doesn't love a good yolk? (Er, joke.) Give your Easter eggs funny little messages and quips to make someone smile.

     

    Photography: Mike Krautter
  • Hawaii, here we come! With spring here, we're already looking toward summer! And this teeny-tiny hula dancer gets us in the spirit.

     

    Photography: Mike Krautter
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