Start by blowing out the contents of a dozen or so eggs, there are a few methods of doing this. Some of the supplies I used are:
Alcohol inks by Ranger in a variety of colors and metallic finishes
Alcohol ink applicator and clean felt pads
Copic Markers in a variety of pastel colors
Gem and pearl stickers
White glitter paper
White silk ribbon
For Ranger Alcohol Ink eggs
Step 1: Apply colors to applicator pad and directly to egg if desired. (this gives spots of "clear" color)
Step 2: Gently dab applicator directly to egg, muddling the colors to achieve desired results.
For Copic Marker colored eggs
Begin by selecting an assortment of markers in the desired color range, I used some beautiful pastels.
Step 1: Color random sized areas of different colors with the markers.
Step 2: Apply a metallic Alcohol ink to the applicator on a clean felt pad.
Step 3: Loosen the metallic up (it will come off very heavy otherwise) with some Copic Blending Solution applied to the applicator.
Step 4: Randomly and gently dab the applicator onto the egg.
Step 5: Look and admire, adjust any spots with more metallic or alcohol ink as desired.
Embellishing both types
Embellishing is the fun part! Use a paper punch on some white glitter paper, apply some of the alcohol ink from the applicator you have been using on the punches and then adhere carefully to the egg. Add some milliners flowers or other small items like gems or pearls.
Tie a small loop with a bow and use fabric adhesive to adhere the ribbon to the egg, I like to cover the holes, but they aren't usually really obvious.
Most importantly, have fun!!