Easter is approaching and it’s time to get those eggs out for the kids! Here are some of my favorite Easter egg decorating ideas that won’t break the bank! Just click on the links to get step by step instructions with pictures.
Tie-Dye Easter Eggs – Make simple tie-dye eggs with food coloring and vinegar.
Sharpie Easter Eggs – Use a black sharpie to decorate your eggs.
Fingerprint Easter Eggs – Have your little ones use their fingers to make cute designs!
Silk-Dyed Eggs – Use 100% silk fabric to make fun designs.
Glitter Polka Dot Eggs – Love! Use adhesive dots and glitter to make cute polka-dots.
Chalkboard Easter Eggs – Paint the eggs with chalkboard paint to write messages on them!
Straw Painting on Eggs – Use cut up straws to make dots on the eggs!
Gold Leaf Easter Eggs – Using leaf metal you can make beautiful golden eggs.
Melted Crayon Easter Eggs – Use crayon wax to create awesome eggs.
Mosaic Easter Eggs – This is an awesome idea, use colored egg shells to make mosaic designs!
Nail Polish Easter Eggs – Have any nail polish laying around? It works!
Rubber Cement Easter Eggs – Make zig-zags and patterns with rubber cement!
Rubber band Painted Eggs – Wrap rubber bands around the eggs to create perfect lines.
Confetti Easter Eggs – Use glitter paper and a hole puncher to glam up your eggs!
Glitter Easter Eggs– Cover your whole egg with sparkly glitter.
Watercolor Easter Eggs – With a spray bottle you can create pretty speckled eggs.
Kool-aid Easter Eggs – Buy packets of Kool-aid to make bright colored eggs.
Toothpick Painted Eggs– Grab some toothpicks and paint to make flowers.
Yarn Easter Eggs– Glue different colored yarn around an egg!
Pencil Eraser Painted Eggs– Using the pink little eraser on a pencil you can make fun dots.Make sure to follow Crafty Morning on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram or subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter! :)
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