Spring has sprung and that means it’s time for baskets full of candy, bunny decorations and photo opts at the mall! But before you set up the annual neighborhood egg hunt, take a look at the egg-cellent DIY egg projects from Brit+Co!

1. Superhero, Dinosaur, and Insect Eggs: We’ll kick things off with our favorite creation from last year. We picked up temporary tattoos featuring superheros, insects, and dinosaurs (obvs) and transferred them right onto our eggs. Rambo is clearly the best. (via Brit + Co.)

2. Easter Egg Piñatas: Take a little inspiration from birthday parties of your youth and Cinco de Mayo and create little bundles of candy instead of using traditional eggs. (via Oh Happy Day)

3. Sprinkle Easter Eggs: Now, if only that was a Cadbury egg covered in sprinkles… (via Studio DIY)

4. Colorful Gold Leaf Easter Eggs: Love the combination of spring pinks and greens with old school gold leaf. (via Little Inspiration)

5. Easter Egg People: This printable project is great for grownups to make with kids. We love the little mustache dude and the polka dot dress. (via Mr. Printables)

6. Surprise Eggs: Carefully cut open your eggs and fill them with all sorts of goodies. In this case, a storm trooper makes for a fun Star Wars surprise. (via Instructables)

7. Gilded Cement Easter Eggs: First off, these eggs are made of cement! In a bunch they make for stylish paperweights. Color block if you prefer to skip the gold this year. (via Camille Styles)

8. Decal Easter Eggs: It’s hard to choose just a few of Martha’s marvelous Easter creations, but this one is a favorite of ours. (via Martha Stewart)

9. Washi and Glitter Tape Eggs: What’s better than washi tape? Combining it with glitter tape, of course. (via Centsational Girl)

10. Confetti Cascarones: We LOVE cascarones! In fact, you might recall seeing Brit on the TODAY show last year for the Super Bowl cracking a very similar (but football-themed) egg right over Willie Geist’s head. (via Oh Happy Day)

11. Love-ly Easter Eggs: Keep it simple and lovely by sticking heart stickers on your eggs and then dyeing them. (via The Sweetest Occasion)

12. Thumbtack Easter Eggs: Thumbtacks win again! (via Paper & Stitch)

13. Modern Ukrainian Easter Eggs: This design-y take on traditional Ukrainian Eggs is so beautiful. Have you ever done this style of egg decorating? (via Oh Joy)

14. Puffy Paint Easter Eggs: That’s right. Puff paint is BACK. Stay tuned for our own take on this clever colorful method. (via BHG)

15. Silhouette Easter Eggs: Go old school with your eggs and create silhouette-shaped styles as place cards for everyone attending your Easter brunch. Including the Easter Bunny. (via Rookie Mag)

16. Graffiti-Inspired Easter Eggs: We are OBSESSED with these eggs. Who knew Easter could look like street art? (via Paper & Stitch)

17. Silk-Dyed Eggs: We’ve seen silk used to dye before, but we’re digging this black and white color (or non-color?) palette. (via Country Living)

18. Party Hat Easter Eggs: Put a hat on it. ‘Nuff said. (via Studio DIY)

19. Botanical Eggs: You can use natural elements like leaves, flowers, and the like to create these botanical beauties. (via Country Living)

20. Watercolor Easter Eggs: Watercolor strikes again in the form of these whimsical and sort of modern-art-esque eggs. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)

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