Explore Your Creativity With These Fun And Easy Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
One of the activities that kids enjoy and remember the most at Easter is decorating the eggs, It’s a great activity that the whole family can enjoy. With these 9 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas you can make new memories to last a lifetime!
Take your children’s creativity to the next level by allowing them to design their very own set of Easter eggs. Traditionally, dip-dyeing is a great way to create colorful Easter eggs. However, there are new ways and techniques to prepare these fun Easter creations.
If you are looking for ways to decorate your Easter eggs, here are different decorating techniques. These techniques are inexpensive and easy to create. Plus, the materials can be readily available in your home or you can easily purchase them from the nearest craft store!
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Washi Tape Eggs
People love to collect Washi tapes. They can be used to add a pop of color to any item and they’re not expensive, either.
So let the kids decorate their Easter eggs with colorful Washi tapes. Add patterned metallic, and pastel tapes to uncolored eggs. You can cut the tape in various shapes then stick them to the surface of the eggs.
Say “hello!” to spring with critters.
Paint hard boiled eggs in shades of yellow, green, orange, and pink. Then print or draw animal eyes, mouth, ears, and whiskers. Cut them out then attach them to the eggs with a craft glue. You can even add google eyes!
This is a great idea if you love giving away Easter eggs to families and friends. Write messages on them.
The process is pretty simple. Coat the eggs with a layer of chalkboard paint and let it dry. Then you can start drawing pictures, patterns, and/or write short messages on them.
Create sparkly centerpiece eggs. They are easy to make, yet, they look expensive.
Dye the hard boiled eggs with your desired color. Once dry, create different sizes of circles using glue on the egg then sprinkle some glitter.
Create a creative look for your Easter eggs without painting them.
Gather some colorful twine and mod podge. Coat the hard boiled egg with mod podge, then wrap the twine around it. You can alternate the colors to give it a more fun look.
When thinking about Easter Egg Decorating Ideas this is one of the more creative ones I have seen. Put the broken eggshells to better use.
Dye them different colors then apply the broken eggshells to a pattern of your choice onto hard boiled eggs. This will create a beautiful mosaic pattern that will instantly stand out.
Don’t have time to decorate eggs? Use peel-off tattoos to add a pop of color to them!
Simply apply peel-off tattoos to the eggshells. Instead of painting the eggs with different colors, you can stamp them with different images of superheroes, unicorns, and more!
This is a super easy way to make your eggs look happy.
Paint the eggs with yellow paint. Let dry completely then draw faces using a black marker. Let the eggs express your emotions: Happy, excited, sad, or surprised!
Using sprinkles can give eggs a festive look. However, it’s not hard to create. All you need are sprinkles, glue, and a paintbrush! This is one of the most delicious Easter Egg Decorating Ideas if you use the sprinkles.
Using a paintbrush, paint the eggs with the glue then cover the entire piece with sprinkles. Don’t forget to press the sprinkles onto the egg so they will stick well.
Black And White
This is probably the easiest decorating idea that you can try. A black Sharpie is all you need to create these.
Use the Sharpie to draw any bold graphic that you like: Straight lines, polka dots, square or even a message.
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You don’t need expensive and hard-to-purchase materials to recreate colorful and creative Easter eggs! Using glue, craft materials, a Sharpie, and your creativity, you can make these centerpieces with your kids.
What’s your favorite Easter activity?