Masking Easter Egg Dyeing Ideas: Lace, Plaid & Stripes | Martha Stewart Living - Masking means making a barrier on the egg so the dye can't get through. Do this with tape, lace, rubber bands, and other materials –– when you remove them, you'll reveal the design.
Masking Easter Egg Dyeing Ideas: Stickers & Leaves | Martha Stewart Living - Adhere common supplies such as tape, stickers, or even small leaves to eggs; after you dye the eggs and remove the "masks," all that's left is the design.
Decorated Glitter Eggs | Martha Stewart Living - Coating Easter eggs with glitter provides a sparkling alternative to coloring them with dyes. Powdered glitter comes in an array of colors, which can be mixed to create different shades. For added shimmer, combine colored glitter with either gold or silver glitter.
Wax-Resist Easter Egg Dyeing Techniques | Martha Stewart Living - If you draw on eggs with wax and then dip them in dye, the color doesn't adhere to the wax -- so when you melt it away, you reveal the design. Use a stylus to apply wax in refined, precise patterns, or try a crayon for simple motifs.