Decorating Easter Eggs is a great holiday tradition to do with this kids. Check out these easy and fun Easter Egg decorating ideas from whipped cream, rice, and even decorating with neck ties.
Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs
We love to craft together. It is a special way to spend time together like you will when you decorate these Easter eggs like making a keychain for mom on Mother’s Day, this Bumblebee Sensory Craft, or making a rainbow shaped balloon to brighten up the room.
Baymax Easter Eggs
From the Disney film Big Hero Six, these cute little Baymax Easter Eggs are the cutest. The best part is these Baymax Easter Eggs are so easy to make.
Whipped Cream Easter Eggs
How to Dye Eggs with Whipped Cream
Tie Dye Easter Eggs
Use fabric and food coloring to Tie-Dye Easter Eggs
Neck Tie Easter Eggs
Use old Neck Ties to Dye Eggs . This is so much fun. If you have old silk neck ties that aren’t being used, then use them to decorate Easter eggs. It’s so much fun to see them transfer the pattern onto eggs.
Dye Easter Eggs with Rice
Dye Easter Eggs with Rice. This is such a fun way to dye Easter eggs and there is very little mess. Fun, creative, and easy to do.
Shaving Cream Easter Eggs
How to dye Easter eggs with shaving cream. This is another fun way to dye Easter eggs with the kids. They can mix and match colors and designs to create several beautiful Easter eggs.
Kool-Aid Easter Eggs
Dye eggs with Kool-Aid. They will smell so good and the kid will love this creative idea from Blue Skies Ahead
Glitter Easter Eggs
This is a post about decorating your eggs with glitter. Doesn’t glitter make everything better? From Totally The Bomb
Rubber Cement Easter Egg Decorating
Making Rubber Cement Eggs from Parents Magazine
Paper Mache Eggs with Napkins
This is pretty darn cool. Use everyday napkins to decorate your eggs! The kids would love creating in this way. Here’s the link to Brown paper Packages
Hot Glue Easter Eggs
Decorating Easter eggs with hot glue. This is from Creative Connections
Rubber Band Easter Eggs
Rubber Band Decorating is such a fun idea. Make fun designs on your Easter eggs with different sized rubber bands going int different directions from Nikki’s Studio
Metallic Easter Eggs
These metallic-looking eggs are beautiful from Wilton
Spotted Easter Eggs
This happened as a total accident, but turned out so cool. See how we made these Spotted Easter Eggs
Dinosaur Easter Egg
Dip half of an egg in one color and the other in a contrasting color. Add cute googly eyes and pom-pom spikes. Finish with a Sharpie mouth.
Cute Monster Egg
Eyelash yarn wrapped around an egg. Cute eyelashes, googly eyes, and foam star feet.
Alien Easter Eggs
Start with a colored egg. Add a Large Googly Eye in the center of the egg. Spaghetti antenna with pom-poms on top. Pom-Pom mouth.
Frog Easter Eggs
Color a boiled egg green. Turn the egg on its side. Add cute eyelash-designed googly eyes, on each side and you are done.
Dinosaur Egg Easter Egg
Tap a boiled egg on the counter to crack it all over. Place it in blue-colored water just for a few seconds and then into green-colored water. Leave it in the green water for a few minutes.
Married Couple Easter Egg
Eggs dipped in yellow food coloring. A top hat made out of a toilet paper tube and wrapped in stiff black felt paper. A brim is cut out of a stiff felt. Googly eyes and a red marker mouth are added to the face. The girl has yellow shredded paper for hair, a white fabric veil, googly eyes, and a marker for lips and blush.
Button Easter Eggs
This Button Decorated Easter Egg is a fun and easy-to-make Easter egg craft. While it might not be a real egg it is still a fun way to make a decorative Easter egg at home.
Tissue Paper Easter Eggs
Decorate your Easter Eggs with tissue paper From Craft Ideas
Minion Easter Eggs
These are so cute and simple to make.
Found on A Pumpkin and a Princess
More Easter Ideas You’ll Love
Alright, I’m fired up for some decorating. Hopefully, you’ve got some fun ideas, too. Happy Easter!
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