We’ve got some great Easter egg ideas for you. Last Halloween, these punk rock pumpkins were such a hit that I decided to do the same thing with Easter egg decorations. It’s certainly a dramatic alternative to the pastel colors that pop up everywhere this time of year—but hey, punk eggs sure are a ton of fun and making them is the perfect activity to do with kids on a rainy spring day. I didn’t even use a paintbrush! Instead, I used my fingers to apply the black paint. It was messy and the paint got on my camera and my pants, but it was worth it. These eggs—while not edible—are quite the sight. Check out the slideshow for tips on how to create a few punk rock Easter egg decorations. Rock on!
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