Get creative with your eggs this year and try one of these unique ways to decorate Easter Eggs.
When I was a kid, decorating eggs was one of my favorite parts of the Easter festivities. I loved being able to make an egg for every member of the family, complete with their name on it. I took a white crayon and doodled on the eggs before dipping them in the brightly colored egg dye my mom would get. You know, the kind with the little fizzy tabs that you mix with vinegar to get those neon colors. While the kits were cheap, they didn’t really leave me a whole lot of room to be ultra creative, so I started adding stickers to them to jazz them up a bit.
Now, I know that there are so many more ways you can decorate eggs and I am so excited to try the 15 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs on this list. It is amazing to me how creative some people have gotten over the years! Say good-bye to boring dipped eggs this Easter! Here are some of my favorites.
15 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs
Want to skip the store-bought dyes this year? Learn How To Dye Eggs Naturally using common household items.
These Tie-Dye Easter Eggs are easy to make using food dye.
Washi Paper Easter Eggs are made by carefully cutting washi paper and decoupaging it on a blown-out egg.
Use rubber bands to create unique designs while dying eggs with this DIY Naturally Dyed Rubberband Easter Eggs
Cascarones (Confetti Eggs) These dyed eggs are filled with confetti!
Marbled Easter Eggs uses nail polish to create a unique marbled look.
Faux Gilded Easter Eggs are made with acrylic paint and liquid gilding.
Stamped Easter Eggs are dyed than stamped with cute sayings like “you’re a good egg”.
Lego Easter Eggs are perfect for the Lego enthusastists in your family!
Monogrammed Eggs are created by placing letter stickers on your eggs before you dye them. These would be lovely to use instead of name place cards on your Easter table.
Use this tutorial on how to Dye Easter Eggs With Silk Ties to repurpose your old ties.
Hot Glue Easter Eggs are created by placing hot glue on the eggs before they are dyed. You can create all sorts of wild designs.
Melted Crayon Easter Eggs are made with crayon savings.
Shaving Cream Eggs are fun and easy for kids to make.
How do you decorate your eggs? I would love to hear about it in the comments!