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You’ve already got enough on your plate with hiding the Easter eggs and building the ultimate Easter baskets, so when it comes to sending beautiful Easter pictures as a holiday greeting, we’re making it eggs-tremely easy for you! Check out all of the awesome free Easter images on PicsArt that you can download to share with loved ones. And if you think these pretty Easter pictures could use a little more customization, don’t forget that you can personalize any #FreeToEdit image online with the PicsArt web editor!

Nothing says “Spring!” like the bright pastel colors of Easter. In a holiday widely celebrated with colorful candies, budding tulips, bright sundresses and adorable easter bunnies, you can’t help but smile under the spring sun. That’s why we decided to bring you new Easter Brushes and Scenes to show off your festive spirit in just a few steps. via PicsArt Brushes and Scenes are two tools that can bring new life to your images with the click of a button. Head over to Camera to find Scenes, select the Easter option, and snap a photo or a selfie to automatically add some spring spirit. via PicsArt Looking to add a custom Easter effect? We are offering new brushes just for you to work your creative magic. Select your image, head over to “tools,” and scroll over until you see “brushes.” From there, you will see Easter and spring options waiting…

Easter 2017 is just around the corner! From setting up the Easter baskets to dyeing eggs, Easter is full of awesome photo opps. But it’s not Easter if the Easter Bunny doesn’t make an appearance, right? Luckily, with PicsArt stickers, it’s egg-stremely easy to set up your own little Easter egg hunt, complete with an Easter Bunny sighting! So if you’re egg-cited for Easter Sunday (and not tired of all of the egg puns), follow along with this easy photo editing tutorial to learn how to stage your own Easter Bunny sighting! Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android or Windows. Open your picture in the photo editor and tap on the Sticker icon. Type in “easter egg” and choose a sticker (we used stickers from the Easter Puns pack). Adjust the size and placement of your sticker. Tap on the eraser at the top of the…

Forget food coloring, come Easter there are some countries that take egg decorations to a whole other level. From precision paint jobs to magnificent shell carvings, the world is full of traditions that will forever change the way you look at a carton of eggs. We’ve circled the world on the mother of all Easter egg hunts to track down the most egg-cellent national design techniques. After seeing how these eight countries do Easter, you’ll never want to settle for food coloring again. 1. Japanese Washi Eggs In Okinawa, Japan, people decorate eggs with traditional Japanese Washi paper. The paper is cut into strips and glued onto hollowed out eggs piece by piece, then varnished. 2. Greek Red Dyed Eggs The blood red eggs of Greece are one of the oldest Easter traditions in the world. Though the origins are disputed, the technique has been the same for centuries. That deep…