Amazing Easter Eggs - Decorating Ideas You've Been Hunting For!

Try something different this year by checking out these festive Easter egg decorating ideas!

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Decorating Easter eggs is one of the most popular traditions of this Holiday and is enjoyed by children and adults, too! It’s a fun time to bond with the family and allows children to let their creative side show by making their eggs as unique as their little heart’s desire!

Most know the basic way to dye eggs, by placing them into pretty pastel colors then maybe drawing on them afterwards or placing a few stickers on them. This will always be a great idea for a bright and colorful Easter, but there are a lot of other cool ways to decorate your Easter eggs that you may have never heard of. So, check out these one of a kind ideas to design your eggs a little bit differently this year!

Golden Eggs
Create your own Golden laid eggs by using some metallic paint! These eggs will look like a million bucks once completed!

You Will Need:

  • Eggs
  • Gold metallic paint
  • Box to use as a “spray booth”
  • 3 Dimensional paint (used for writing on the eggs)
  • Wooden skewer
  • Empty egg container

1. Boil your eggs or blow-out the egg’s insides.
2. Use 3 dimensional paint to write on your eggs or create designs of your choice.
3. Create holes at either end and insert a long wooden skewer through the egg.
4. Using an old empty egg container, insert the egg/skewer into the base.
5. Use a box to create a “spray booth” so you don’t leave too much of a mess.
6. Spray your eggs with a light coat and let dry.
7. Once dry, spray again.

Rubber Band Dyed Eggs
This simple craft is easy for the kids to make and adds a unique touch to the traditional dyed Easter eggs!

You Will Need:

  • Eggs
  • Rubberbands
  • Dye
  • Food coloring

1. Boil 1 cup of water for each dye color, adding 2 tsp. of white vinegar.
2. Then add food coloring according to the package directions, or create your own shades.
3. Using different sized rubber bands, create random patterns onto the eggs.
4. Make sure the lines are straight and even and be sure to keep the bands flat so that they only twist at the points where the bands meet.
5. Once you have the bands positioned the way you’d like, dip them into the dye and let sit for 3-5 minutes.
6. Add a two-tone effect by dying your eggs first, then applying the band and dipping them in a darker shade of dye.
7. Let eggs dry before removing rubber bands.

Sprinkled Eggs
Sprinkles don’t only have to go on ice cream, glue them to your eggs for a festive style look!

You Will Need:

  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Sprinkles
  • Paintbrush
  • Glue
  • Spoon
  • Freezer/Wax paper

1. Pour sprinkles into a medium sized bowl and squeeze some glue onto freezer or wax paper.
2. Use a paintbrush to cover your egg in a layer of glue.
3. Then dip your egg in the sprinkles and press down firmly, only covering half with sprinkles.
4. Let go of your egg into the bowl, and then use a spoon to cover the other half with sprinkles.
5. Seal the sprinkles onto the egg by firmly pressing against and around your egg using the arc of the spoon.
6. Let your egg partially dry in the bowl, then place on a wire rack to dry completely.

Vibrant Polished Easter Eggs
Create some funky styled Easter eggs this year by using nail polish to decorate the outsides of them!

You Will Need:

  • Eggs
  • Nail polish (your choice of colors)
  • Water
  • A cup

1. In a small, deep cup or bowl add enough water to cover an egg.
2. Add a few drops of your nail polish into the water.
3. Dip the egg just enough to cover it.
4. Let eggs dry on a plastic plate. To make the process go a bit quicker – freeze the eggs to make the nail polish dry faster.

Tattooed Easter Eggs
Use temporary tattoos to create Easter eggs that no one has ever seen before! This craft is so simple and can be used on plain white eggs or ones that have been dyed already.

You Will Need:

  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Temporary tattoos
  • Wet washcloth

1. Before starting, make sure your eggs are completely dried so the tattoo stays intact.
2. Take the plastic wrap off the tattoo and place it face down on top of the egg.
3. Before adding any water, make sure the tattoo is placed exactly where you’d like it.
4. Once placed, dab a damp washcloth on top of the paper. (Don’t saturate it too much)
5. Make sure the tattoo is completely removed from the paper label.
6. You can also dye your eggs first if desired, and then place the tattoo on it for some extra color!

You can really get creative with these enjoyable decorative ideas that are sure to keep the kids busy during downtime, too! Use these ideas for years to come, placing them in Easter baskets as a cute surprise, or hiding them during an egg hunt!


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