We've gone on an Easter egg hunt of our own to find simple and sweet ideas for decorating Easter eggs! You'll find darling projects little bunnies will enjoy making. Hop to it!
Pass up the messy dye this year with this Easter egg hack that uses Sharpies to doodle motifs on hard boiled eggs. Get instructions from Mom.com.
Painted Easter Eggs
The whole family will love making these fun and creative painted Easter eggs. Simply find several colours of washable tempera paint and 1/2-inch wide flat paintbrushes, then let them go wild with designs! Get instructions from Better Homes & Gardens.
It’s hard not to fall in love with these cool, no-dye eggs! Simply apply fake tattoos to eggshells the way you would to your own skin. Instead of bright colours, you’ll get eggs stamped with spiders, superheroes, insects, and more. Get instructions from Brit + Co.
These are simply gorgeous with glitter, sequins and bling stickers. Get instructions from Sassy Mama.
Natural-Dyed Easter Eggs
For a fresh take on coloring Easter eggs, go all natural! Get instructions from Better Homes & Gardens.
Melted Crayon Easter Eggs
Turn your eggs into a modern art masterpiece using melted crayon shavings! As the crayon wax softens, the colours swirl together in a magical way. Get instructions from The Nerd's Wife.
Shaving Cream Dyed Easter Eggs
Shaving cream Easter eggs might be the best egg decorating hack we've seen! Create marbled Easter eggs with shaving cream in just minutes. Get instructions from Better Homes & Gardens.
Narwhal Easter Eggs
This Easter egg is an interpretation of the Narwal, known as the unicorn of the sea. Get instructions from A Joyful Riot.
Easter Egg Bunnies
These simple Easter egg bunnies are the perfect decoration at Easter time and are lots of fun to make. Get instructions from In The Playroom.
How to Dye And Decorate Easter Eggs
Here's a great step by step tutorial on how to dye and decorate Easter Eggs with different techniques and ideas! Get instructions from Running with Sisters.