How to Decorate Easter Eggs

1 Watercolor Letters


Watercolor Letters (via Oh Happy Day)

2 Little Dude


Little Dude (via A Bit of Pilli Pilli…)

3 Glitter Stickers


Glitter Stickers: We hatched a few simple egg decorating ideas, no messy dyes needed. Plus, brighten your home with a cheerful floral wreath. (via Family Circle)

4 Watercolor Easter Eggs


Watercolor Easter Eggs: Our Egg “Salad” Sandwich is a deconstructed version of a regular egg salad sandwich. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)

5 Gorgeous Decoupage Easter Eggs


Gorgeous Decoupage Easter Eggs: Just hatched: little decorating ideas using pretty papers and simple designs. For the wreath, work with plastic eggs. For other crafts, use hard-boiled eggs, or ceramic ones that you can display year after year. (via Family Circle)

6 Photo Prints


Photo Prints: Create a lasting memory this spring by adhering your beloved family photos onto Easter eggs. It is the kind of project that will make you smile to think of, and absolutely giddy to see completed. Use the photos as seating cards for Easter brunch, hide them around the house for each family member to find their own, or close…Read More (via A Subtle Revelry)

7 Baker’s Twine Wooden Eggs


Baker’s Twine Wooden Eggs: These small wooden eggs covered in baker’s twine are great for Easter decor. Today, I will show you how simple it is to do this cute Easter egg craft! (via Crafts Unleashed)

8 Calligraphed Eggs


Calligraphed Eggs (via Oh Happy Day)

9 Fresh Flower Decorations


Fresh Flower Decorations (via A Daily Something)

10 Pantone Easter Eggs


Pantone Easter Eggs (via How About Orange)

11 Gorgeous Ombre Colored Eggs


Gorgeous Ombre Colored Eggs (via Ashbee Design)

12 Black and White


Black and White: A modern twist on handmade Easter eggs from Obviously Sweet (via Obviously Sweet)

13 Silk Tie Dyed Eggs


Silk Tie Dyed Eggs: Dyeing hard boiled eggs with silk ties in a traditional method used for Easter eggs and other occasions. Also bento box hard-boiled egg molds to transform them into bunnies, hearts, fish and more. (via Boulder Locavore)

14 Lace Easter Egg


Lace Easter Egg: It is so hard to believe that Easter is right around the corner…. this year is flying! I realized I was about to miss sharing any fun Easter crafts with you if I didn’t hop to it (tee-hee, I coul… (via Celebrating Everyday Life)

15 Lace Patterned Easter Eggs


Lace Patterned Easter Eggs (via DIY Til We Die)

16 Party Hat Easter Egg


Party Hat Easter Egg: DIY Party Ready Easter Eggs and Mini Party Hat Template (via Studio DIY)

17 Marbleized Easter Eggs


Marbleized Easter Eggs: Ever since coming across this DIY on Design Mom, I’ve been waiting for just the right opportunity to do some major marbling. When I sat down to brainstorm projects for the upcoming Easter holiday, … (via Camille Styles)

18 Hand-painted Easter Eggs


Hand-painted Easter Eggs: This year I decided to try something different rather than dye my Easter eggs. I really wanted to create details and I knew I couldn’t get them if I used dye so instead I hand painted them with tool paint! I also embossed names and other designs on the eggs too! I’m an impulsive embosser,…read more (via Sugar and Charm)

19 Sequin Easter Egg


Sequin Easter Egg: DIY Sequin Letter and Sequin Heart Easter Eggs (via Studio DIY)

20 Washi Easter Egg Holders


Washi Easter Egg Holders (via How About Orange)

21 Speckled Egg


Speckled Egg (via Alisa Burke)

22 Easter Fortune Eggs


Easter Fortune Eggs: Send a note to your loved ones inside an Easter egg! Read on to find out how to do this adorable Easter DIY. (via Free People)

23 Message Egg


Message Egg (via Poppytalk)

24 Glittered Eggs


Glittered Eggs: Studding your lawn with these fluorescent gems not only gives little egg hunters a leg up, but also lends a shot of rowdy neon to a holiday otherwise characterized by polite pastels. (via Martha Stewart)

25 Egg Piñatas


Egg Piñatas (via Corner Blog)

26 Washi Tape Easter Eggs


Washi Tape Easter Eggs: You guys, Easters a couple of weeks away, and I went on an Easter egg decorating binge last weekend. I realized that I hadn’t dyed eggs in years, and I think I may have been trying to make up for lost time. These don’t require any dye though just get some eggs, washi tape, (via Lovely Indeed)

27 Super Mario Bros


Super Mario Bros: My son is going through his Super Mario Bros. phase. I don’t know that I ever got over mine. Playing Nintendo for countless hours is one of my fondest… (via Instructables)

28 Polka Dot


Polka Dot (via La Receta de la Felicidad)

29 Natural Dyes


Natural Dyes: Beautiful, naturally dyed egg tutorial using items from your refrigerator and pantry. The best Easter book too! (via Boulder Locavore)

30 Decoupage Easter Eggs


Decoupage Easter Eggs: DIY decoupage eggs for Easter Need: hard boiled eggs (cold), pretty fabric, glue (craft glue) 1. Cute out shapes you like from fabric 2. Carefully paint a thin layer of glue and press fabric down on glue – paint another thin layer on top (make sure there are no bubbles in glue) 3. Dry and if you want a glossy look add another layer of glue otherwise display in pretty dish for company. Eggs will spoil – so only sit out on table when ready to eat. Decoupage (ordcoupage) is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects, gold leaf and so on (via Dizzy Maiden)

31 Chalkboard Easter Eggs


Chalkboard Easter Eggs (via Oleander + Palm)

32 Painterly Pastels


Painterly Pastels (via Paper & Stitch)

33 Dip-Dyed Eggs


Dip-Dyed Eggs: With Easter coming up, I thought it would be fun to show a twist on Easter eggs that could be used even after the holiday is over. So, today, we have a guest post by Courtney of Merriment with her… (via Oh Joy)

34 Chevron Easter Eggs


Chevron Easter Eggs: These DIY chevron Easter eggs are super easy and super cute! (via Bon Bon Rose Girls)

35 His and Hers Eggs


His and Hers Eggs: By craft contributor Rachael When I was a little girl, I wrote and illustrated a cute little picture book all about Mr and Mrs Egg. Now I have my own Mister, I thought it would be fun to make him a… (via Say Yes)

36 Easter Egg Totem Poles


Easter Egg Totem Poles (via Mr. Printables)

37 Ombre Easter Eggs


Ombre Easter Eggs: The original DIY ombre Easter eggs from Sugar and Charm. A charming touch for Easter decor. (via Sugar and Charm)

38 Mustache Easter Eggs


Mustache Easter Eggs: Easter is right around the corner, so I thought I would start sharing some fun Easter ideas! These mustache easter eggs are so easy to make, and my kids definitely got a huge kick out of them. I just love how the little mustaches give the eggs a persona. Easy, colorful and fun, these Easter (via No. 2 Pencil)

39 Sprinkle Easter Eggs


Sprinkle Easter Eggs: DIY Sprinkle Covered Easter Eggs (via Studio DIY)

40 Gold Leaf Eggs


Gold Leaf Eggs: I have always loved the look of gold leaf, specially how it looked on Easter eggs. This project requires little materials and so fun to make.Materials Needed:- Gold Leaf Metal (I purchased these at Hobby Lobby for $7.99 minus a 40% Coupon)- Eggs (Boiled or Empty Shell)- Food (via Little Inspiration)

41 Surprise Egg


Surprise Egg: An oldie but goodie: gifts in an egg. A REAL egg that you can crack. Because what’s more fun than getting to crack through an egg before you get your … (via Instructables)

42 Gilded Cement Easter Eggs


Gilded Cement Easter Eggs: How’s everyone’s Easter prep coming along? If you haven’t had the chance to get your egg-making on, but are still hoping to squeeze in a crafting session, I’ve got just the project for you. Don’t b… (via Camille Styles)

43 Washi and Glitter Tape Eggs


Washi and Glitter Tape Eggs: I have a confession to make. I Kate, mother of young elementary school children, did not hard-boil nor dye any Easter eggs last year. I used fake ones from a craft store to set our Easter dinner table and plastic ones for the egg hunt. Boom, easy, done. However. My youngest daughter requested that we (via Centsational Girl)

44 Confetti Cascarones


Confetti Cascarones (via Oh Happy Day)

45 Love Egg


Love Egg: by Chelsea Costa Are you dying eggs this Easter? I haven’t dyed eggs in years, but this year something about it was calling my name! Here’s a quick, easy DIY you can do with your little ones (or other big ones!) to tell the world just how much you love Easter. Supplies – egg dying kit (I used a Paas standard 6-color kit)white vinegar masking tape scissors optional: muffin tin Start by hard-boiling your eggs if you wish. Let them cool and prepare your dyes. If you’re … (via The Sweetest Occasion)

46 Silhouette Easter Eggs


Silhouette Easter Eggs (via Rook No. 17)

47 Dot Design


Dot Design: Dot Design Easter Eggs and more on (via Martha Stewart)

48 Embroidered Eggs


Embroidered Eggs: Your home for all things Design. Home Tours, DIY Project, City Guides, Shopping Guides, Before & Afters and much more (via Design Sponge)

49 Silk Dyed Egg


Silk Dyed Egg: I posted this tutorial a few years ago and it has become somewhat of a tradition to bring it back every year! One of our family Easter traditions is dying eggs with pieces of silk. I saw a cute lady show Martha how to do it a few years ago and I ran upstairs right then to steal a tie! Its way cooler than those cups of neon liquid that end up all over your clothes, your furniture and your (via Our Best Bites)

50 Masking Tape Egg


Masking Tape Egg (via Miss Honeybird)

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