Get some Easter egg designs & ideas here to make and hide around the homestead come Easter morning. You’ll love these beautiful Easter eggs!
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Decorate Easter Eggs with the Best Easter Egg Designs
Easter is almost here! I just love the pastel colors and Easter crafts and decorations all around. I remember how we used to celebrate Easter when we were little. We’d go to egg hunts and even get to decorate eggs any way we want!
Now that I have kids myself, I want to share with them the joy of going on an Easter egg hunt and decorating Easter eggs. So, I’ve compiled new and fresh DIY Easter egg ideas anyone can make!
1. Shaving Cream Easter Eggs
Have fun mixing colors while making these Easter eggs with shaving cream. It’s as easy as combining different liquid food colors in a bowl filled with shaving cream. Try not to make too much mess!
2. Easter Egg Piñata
This egg decorating idea is explosive! Quite literally. We’re so used to the idea of cracking eggs, so why not just take it to a whole new level and make an Easter egg piñata?
All you need are some newspaper strips, glue, water, ribbons, colored paper, a balloon, and of course, for mischievous fun — candies!
3. Decoupage Paper Napkins Easter Eggs
If you can’t paint, fake it. Paper napkin decorated eggs are one of the coolest Easter egg designs on paper I’ve ever encountered.
There’s apparently a way to print the design of your handkerchief onto your eggs. The secret? Egg white! It was right there all along!
4. Sparkling Easter Eggs
Going for a sparkly look this Easter? Get some glue, a bunch of glitters, and bedazzle your Easter eggs! Who says Easter eggs have to be dull and simple?
5. Melted Crayon Easter Eggs
Easter egg decorating ideas can make your eggs look like an entire box of crayons! It’s as easy as it sounds. All you need to do is use crayons to draw on your egg.
Make sure they’re still a little bit hot as you draw on them so the crayons melt as you doodle away!
6. Paper Mache Easter Eggs
If you don’t want to use real eggs, make them yourself! Although we’re talking about egg decorating ideas, there’s always room for going a little bit further and making the egg itself.
Basic knowledge of paper mache along with paper cutouts, a balloon, and glue are all you need!
7. Tie-Dyed Easter Egg
More fun egg decorating ideas with Sharpies! Use every Sharpie color you could possibly use and draw on your eggs. Once you’re done, use a medicine dropper to drizzle the eggs with rubbing alcohol.
The results are these eye-catching Sharpie tie-dyed Easter eggs!
8. Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs
This Easter egg design is just ingenious. Instead of putting temporary tattoos on your arm, put them on your Easter eggs. No complicated steps required! It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!