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April 17, 2014

Match your Chic Mani to your Easter Eggs- DIY

Match your Chic Mani to your #Easter Eggs- #DIY via ProductReviewMom.comI'm so crunch for time!  I haven't purchased the girl's Easter egg Dye kits yet, I still need to run amongst the crowds to buy my daughter's Easter shoes, and I don't even have a Easter outfit yet either.  Please someone help me!

After the big Easter Egg Hunt at the Mall of Georgia on Saturday, (make sure to follow me on Instagram to see the pics) my daughters and I will start decorating our Easter eggs. 

My friends over at Evite has the deets on Easter egg decorations for adults!  Check out some tips below!


Easter is this Sunday, and EVERYONE’S favorite tradition is dying Easter eggs ahead of the holiday’s big hunt.  While kids are usually the ones partaking in the dying (and mess-making!) The party experts at Evite have noticed a new trend this year that’s all the rage – sophisticated (& chic!) egg decorating for grown-ups.  From elegant marble designs to fun glittery eggs, egg-decorating isn’t just for kids anymore – this year, the party experts at Evite have completely refreshed the process so us “grown-ups” can get in on the fun, and match our manis to the cute designs!
 
 
Match your Chic Mani to your #Easter Eggs- #DIY via ProductReviewMom.com
 
 
Here a few how-to tips to create MOST stylish eggs
 
 
 
·         Be a true artist by creating a marble design (you just need a few drops of your favorite nail polish) – use the same color as your manicure and snap some drool-worthy Instagram pics J
 
·         Go for a luxe-look by using gold foil as a finishing touch on your eggs
 
·         Use glitter to make a sparkly masterpiece – a liquid adhesive will bring the shimmer to life
 
·         Mix and match a variety of these gorgeous designs for a truly one-of-a-kind Easter centerpiece
 
 


Match your Chic Mani to your Easter Eggs- DIY via ProductReviewMom.com


Match your Chic Mani to your Easter Eggs- DIY via ProductReviewMom.com

Match your Chic Mani to your Easter Eggs- DIY via ProductReviewMom.com

Match your Chic Mani to your Easter Eggs- DIY via ProductReviewMom.com

Match your Chic Mani to your Easter Eggs- DIY via ProductReviewMom.com

Match your Chic Mani to your Easter Eggs- DIY via ProductReviewMom.com
 
 
 
 
For more Easter Egg decorating ideas, check out Evite's DIY Easter Eggs for Mom's.
 
 
Are you ready for Easter yet?  What are your Easter plans?

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36 comments

  1. Using nail polish to decorate the eggs! So clever!

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  2. I think using nail polish is brilliant! This year we are traveling over Easter, so we celebrated last weekend instead - so we are all done with Easter festivities in our house :)

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  3. How special your eggs look. I would never have thought of using nail polish but they turned out great.

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  4. I love the nail polish idea! It would make it easier to style and color the eggs.

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  5. Love those nail polish colors, so pretty! I never though of using nail polish to actually decorate the eggs before.

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  6. I think my girls have a ton of extra nail polish they don't want any longer, this is a great use for it!

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  7. We decorated eggs today! I never thought about using nail polish!

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  8. This is so cute! I don't have children so I haven't indulged in all the Easter decorating. :-) I do plan to cook and go to church.

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  9. Those marbled essie eggs are gorgeous! I love the color choices.

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  10. Those eggs are so pretty! I used onion skins this year to dye my eggs and used flowers as the patterns!

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  11. Love it!!! We dye eggs for Spring and the girls love hunting them down, these look too pretty for that but wonder if this would work for plastic eggs too.

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  12. These eggs are decorated beautifully. Using nail polish is such a great idea... thinking I may have to try some if I can find the time....

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  13. Those eggs look great! Fantastic photos as well.

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  14. Those are all so gorgeous! We'll have to try the nail polish this weekend.

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  15. What a great way to decorate those eggs. Look so nice

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  16. Oh my gosh are those beautiful. It makes me want to dye or decorate some Easter eggs even though my kids are grown. Next year I am so going to do this.

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  17. Now these are awesome! So stylish. Not really prepared here, hehe! Gorgeous photos!

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  18. Very clever ideas. I love the jellybeans in the vase!

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  19. Those turned out so pretty! We are dying our eggs tomorrow.

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  20. You've got such elegant, pretty eggs here. This is an awesome post!

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  21. Anonymous1:13 PM

    I never would've thought to intermix my nail polish with the egg decorating design. Cute idea!

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  22. that is a great idea using nail polish to paint the eggs. And match your manicure is super fun

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  23. That six pack off eggs is really pretty! I love the black and gold look!

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  24. Wow! This is super cool. I am not a fan of dying eggs with the kids, but now I want to dye some eggs myself!

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  25. I never would have dreamed of using nail polish. So pretty!

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  26. I really love the gold and fabulous eggs! How much fun are these?!!!

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  27. Beautiful!! A clever idea indeed. I'll be doing that next year. Pinning your photo!

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  28. Love the gold foil idea! Never thought to use polish

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  29. I love dying eggs with my kids every year! Never thought to use nail polish though!

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  30. What a cute idea. I love how you did everything and I bookmarked it. I loved the flowerpots with the veggies in it

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  31. Those nail polish eggs are so pretty!

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  32. I love all these ideas! They're so pretty. The centerpiece is my fave.

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  33. Those are the most stylish Easter decorations I have ever seen!

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  34. I would have never thought to use nail polish! Love are very pretty!! We used plain old Easter egg dye, but I'd have loved to make some like these.

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  35. These are some fantastic and creative ideas. I totally love it.

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