Easter Egg decorating ideas is a fun way for me to embrace the coming of spring and to get my home ready for some spring decorations!
Easter is just around the corner and I’m so thrilled that Spring is almost here! No really – thrilled is an understatement! At this point every year, I feel like I’m crawling to the finish line until I see buds and flowers and green grass again!
To keep me focused on the end in sight, I decided to find some unique (and pretty) ways to decorate Easter eggs. They are each so bright and colorful and spring-like and beautiful.
Hope you are inspired to try one or two of these ideas this year as I am!
Bright and colorful Easter eggs are so much fun to make. A basket filled with brightly colored eggs is so pretty.
Tissue paper Easter eggs are so easy to make and can be decorated so colorfully to fill any Easter basket. I am sure the items used to make this craft are already in your crafting or gift wrapping area.
Part of the joy of hunting eggs is also see the beautiful designs. I think making tissue paper Easter eggs is easier than dyeing the eggs.
This is a fun, frugal, but a little messy way to decorate Easter eggs that will keep year after year – Decoupage Easter Eggs!
These Glitter Pattern Easter Eggs are super easy to put together, but will have your family and friends wondering just how you achieved this look.
I know… Glitter sounds pretty messy but I promise that its pretty self-contained with this craft and there will be very little to no mess.
Unless of course your little one grabs the glitter and runs. In that case.. Heaven help you!
Hippity Hoppity Easter’s on it’s way! Here are some Excellent Easter Ideas for dressing up your table as well as some crafty ideas for the kiddos.
Easter is less than a week away, so for today’s “DIY Diva” segment I’m sharing some “egg-cellent” egg ideas.
Here are seven easy ways to decorate Easter eggs, my Mom’s delicious recipe for Deviled Eggs, a simple yet stunning Easter egg cupcake idea and a free set of egg-inspired Easter Party Printables!
What would Easter or spring décor be without some fun eggs? I try to do something different every year and this year I went back to basics with good old fashioned dyed eggs.
I thought I’d reshare this pretty Easter Egg project from a few years ago. It’s still one of my favorite egg projects. Scroll down to the bottom of the post to see more egg crafts from year’s past.
I recently posted a beautiful round up of one dozen inspiring Easter Eggs. I seriously want to make them all! We’ll see how far I get but in the meantime, I started with these marbled eggs.
This year I saw some Onion Dyed Easter Eggs on Pinterest that had leaf patterns imprinted on them. I was intrigued, and found that the pin linked to this Craftster message board, which had all the instructions.
I decided to make some of my own, using herbs along with a wider variety of natural dyes. Here are my natural herb stenciled Easter Eggs!
More Easter festivities today! How cute are these Confetti Easter Eggs? While I was shopping around at WalMart, I found some incredible ‘fake’ decorating Easter Eggs (and for only $2.00/dozen) and have gone crazy discovering new ways to decorate them.
They are empty, white and don’t brake when you drop them. They look just like the real thing and are so absolutely perfect for kids. Hooray for no more hard boiling!
Here is a fun and colorful Easter egg decorating idea using sharpies and rubber bands! You can color eggs in more than one color in some really cool pattern of geometric shapes. I covered it with glitter as well – because doesn’t glitter always make decorations better!!?? 😉
Your eggs would be super cute to display in an egg carousel like this one!