In a way it's fitting that Easter falls on April 1, and it has nothing to do with fools. April is when we can finally turn the corner on spring. Sure, there might be a few snowflakes here and there, but we know they won't last, and soon blooms and blossoms will leave us giddy. Right now we could all use a little color in our lives, and Easter eggs give us plenty. Whether you're a novice or a pro, decorating eggs can fill that color void — and provide the fixings for a good sandwich afterward.