Need a distraction from all that Easter chocolate?

Instead of putting yourself in a sugar coma, grab some pastel polish, glitter and some toothpicks and create cute Easter nail art designs that will be the envy of all your friends.

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  • Bunnies!

    No Easter nail is complete without a bunny and it doesn't have to be difficult to do on your own. Paint your whole nail first, add your bunny shape (or egg, chick, etc) and then use a toothpick to add the small details.

  • Unlikely Colours

    Easter doesn't normally associate itself with grey, but the right shade works well, especially if you add a dash of pale pink to brighten it up. It's unexpected and unique. Courtesy of Leslie/<a href="" target="_blank">WorkPlayPolish</a>

  • If You Have The Time

    For those who are blessed with patience, go for a crazy design with colourful swirls and intricate letters. So cute!

  • The Non-Manicure

    This can be really fun to do. Just make sure to add a clear polish before you paint your tips so your whole nail looks glossy and finished.

  • Old Faithful

    Say you don't have the time to do an intricate rabbit with glitter and stencils (and let's face it, who does?) a one-shade nail in a pastel colour always looks beautiful. And if you want to jazz it up a bit, put some glitter polish on just one of your nails.

  • Speckled

    You can try to do this design DIY or you can buy it in a bottle. Either way, it's a unique twist on a speckled egg. Your nails will be the envy of your friends.

  • Polka Dots

    Polka dots are such a spring design reminiscent of our youth. Don't go to the nail salon to get this look; you can do it yourself. Just grab a toothpick and carefully dab away.

  • Colour Blocking

    For something extra special, colour blocking in pastel shades will ensure you have all the Easter hues covered.

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    Decorate your home with these <a href="" target="_blank">beautiful DIY paint chip egg garlands</a>.

  • Bunny Center Piece

    Your Easter dinner table will be complete with this <a href="" target="_blank">bunny center piece</a>.

  • Hunt Bags

    Collect your egg findings with these <a href="" target="_blank">easy, no-sew DIY felt hunt bags</a>.

  • Tiny Flower Baskets

    Make these <a href="" target="_blank">tiny flower baskets from votives </a>as holiday gift favors for friends and family.

  • Happy Hippity Hop!

    Have a secret to share? Then consider making a spin-off of the popular Fortune Cookie and craft these egg-shell notes for your loved ones. For a full list of materials and complete instructions, head on over to <a href="" target="_blank">Poppytalk's website</a>.

  • Onion Skin-Dyed Decorative Eggs

    These glossy, onion skin-dyed decorative eggs is both appealing to look at and fun to make. <a href="" target="_blank">Scissors and Spoons's website</a> for more details on this craft.

  • Blingy Easter Eggs

    Dressing anything up with jewelry enhances beauty levels in general. So why not give your batch some bling this Easter? <a href="" target="_blank">Lovely Indeed</a> has all the details you'll need to dress your eggs up with some elegant gems.

  • Doodle Easter Eggs

    Love playing with sharpies? Then this craft is definitely for you. And though you can run wild with the design, <a href="" target="_blank">Alisa Burke</a> has some tips and tricks that will definitely help you out.

  • Silk-Dyed Tie Eggs

    We're a huge fans of print and patterns, which is probably why we're crazy about this silk-dyed tie design. <a href="" target="_blank">Our Best Bites</a> shares all (with easy-to-follow instructions) on this beautiful craft.

  • Chocolate Easter Surprise Eggs

    Curious to know what happens when you crack it? To learn what's inside, head over to<a href="" target="_blank">Not Martha's website</a>.

  • Chalkboard Easter Eggs

    We admit it: we love all things blackboard. They're easy to apply on any surface, and the creative possibilities seem endless (after all, you can always erase your marks.). To learn how to make these <a href="" target="_blank">chalkboard Easter eggs</a>, check out <a href="<a href="" target="_blank">Oleander and Palm</a>" target="_blank">Oleander and Palm's website</a>.

  • Decoupage Easter Eggs

    Sometimes a patchwork of different colors is all your egg needs. And this <a href="" target="_blank">decoupage easter egg</a> is certainly a shining example of how effective that method really is. To learn how these cute designs were applied, <a href="<a href="" target="_blank">By Wilma</a>" target="_blank">By Wilma's website</a> has the inside scoop you're looking for.

  • Paper Flower Easter Eggs

    A creative way to 'color' Easter Eggs.

  • Easy Eggshell Candles

    A very unique Easter centerpiece idea.

  • Easter Spring Vase

    A charming re-purposing approach to the Easter egg.

  • Jelly Bean Topiary Piece

    These <a href="" target="_blank">jelly bean topiary pieces</a> are perfect for an Easter centerpiece. Head over to <a href="" target="_blank">Crafty Sisters' page</a> for instructions.

  • Springtime Napkin Rings

    Learn how to make these <a href="" target="_blank">easy table accents for Easter</a> by heading over to <a href="" target="_blank">Scissors and Spatulas' page</a>.