11 Amazing Easter Eggs

Representing the rebirth of Earth and the start of new life, eggs are celebrated and decorated in a variety of countries and cultures throughout the world.

Perhaps some of the most impressive designs are known as Pysanka. These Ukrainian treasures (examples above) are hollowed-out eggs decorated with traditional Ukrainian folk designs; they are dyed with a method using beeswax to carefully create intricate patterns. Traditionally, dyes were made from natural ingredients, like dried plants, onion skins, and roots, and were created from secret recipes passed down from generations. Many Eastern European cultures also create elaborate egg decorations using beeswax.

Scroll downto see a creative collection of eggs, including some disguised as penguins, robots, chicks and more.


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The Super Egg Collection defending Easter from villains.


Don’t wake me, I’m sleeping..


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Swirl designs can be painted on, or created by wrapping twine or tape around the egg before dying it.


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Two little chick eggs sitting in the grass…


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Guess how these beauties were made? Old ties! Check out the instructions and more pictures over on ourbestbites.com.


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Mr. Penguin Egg

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Spice up your usual Easter egg decorations by adding pipe cleaners, construction paper and googly eyes.


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I wonder what these eggs are up to…


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Peace, love, and eggs


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May the force be with you.

Happy Easter, everyone!

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Cute Baby Chicks
3 Unusual Eco-Easter Egg Projects
Homemade Easter Egg Dyes

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Marcella T.
Marcella T1 years ago

great art

Elena Poensgen
Elena Poensgen1 years ago

Thank you

Doris F.
Doris F1 years ago

love R2D2 design :-)

Ivana D.
Ivana D1 years ago

Similar hollowed out eggs are prepared in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland.. They're called KRASLICE in Slovakia :-)

Ivana D.
Ivana D1 years ago

There are so many other styles, expected more of them mentioned and shown in your article.

Ahmed R.
Past Member 1 years ago

Very creative! Nice.

Jeanne Rogers
Jeanne R1 years ago

Beautiful eggs but I neither buy nor eat them.

Lindsay Kemp
Lindsay K1 years ago

Lovely - thanks for sharing

Cela V.
Cela V1 years ago


Marianna Gamaroff

beautiful,love the natural colour hints