One of my favorite things to do at Easter time is decorate eggs. I buy 2 or 3 dozens of eggs, hard boil them, and then let the dyeing and decorating begin. Easter egg decorating is just so fun!
If you’re like me, you’re used to the old fashioned way. You know, buy the box kit, and set out 6 bowls to hold the color tabs and vinegar.
This year, we’re looking for something a bit different. I don’t want to buy a Easter egg decorating kit this year! I want to learn a new way to decorate our eggs! So, I scoured the internet, my fellow kid-bloggers, and Pinterest to find unique and fun ways to decorate those little white eggs.
I’m happy to bring you this really cool list of Easter egg decorating ideas! Who knew decorating Easter eggs could be so fun?
So, ditch the box and let’s learn a new way to decorate those eggs!
25 Awesome Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
Sharpie Tie Dye Easter Eggs by Housing a Forest
Yoda Easter Eggs by Red Ted Art
Vegetable-Dyed Eggs by Tinkerlab
Modge Podge Easter Eggs by Creative Connections for Kids
Decorate Easter Eggs with straws and paint by Crafty Morning
Tie Dyed Easter Eggs by Fun At Home With Kids
Easter Egg Characters by Artsy Momma
Marbled Easter Eggs by Happiness is Homemade
Melted Crayon Decorating by Gift Of Curiosity
Scotch Tape Resistant Eggs by In The Playroom
Texture Eggs for Sensory Play by Two-daloo
Color-by-Number Eggs by No Time For Flashcards
Hot Glue Resistant Eggs by Toddler Approved
Drip Eggs by Hands On: As We Grow
Speckled Eggs by Crafts By Amanda
Tissue Paper Bird Eggs by Red Ted Art
Volcano Easter Eggs by Housing a Forest
Salt Dough Eggs by Powerful Mothering
Fingerprint Eggs by Crafty Morning
Storybook Inspired Eggs by Growing Book by Book
Marbled Whip Cream Eggs by Momma Young At Home
Baking Soda Easter Eggs by Mess for Less
Avengers Easter Eggs by Kids Activities Blog
Marbleized Easter Eggs by Where Imagination Grows
Van Gogh Easter Eggs by No Time For Flashcards
Did you know?: Easter Egg decorating is a tradition that dates back almost 60,000 years ago. Egg dyes were once made out of natural items such as onion peels, tree bark, flower petals, and juices.
I wish you all a very Happy Easter! I hope you enjoyed this list! If you’re looking for some Easter basket gift ideas check out these fun guides:
Let’s chat below! Which one of these egg decorating ideas will you do this year?
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Tiffany | A Touch of Grace says
Oh my gosh I love the idea of finger painting bunnies and chickies! My daughter would love that!
It really is such a cute idea! I never would’ve dreamed of fingerpainting eggs!
What a fantastic list – thanks for sharing on the weekly kids co-op I have featured this week so that more people can see it.
Thank you so much!