Easter Egg Ideas that your kids will love
Spring is in the air and I can’t wait to dye Eggs with my kids. We have tried a number of unique ways to color eggs. Traditional dyes are always a hit, however by experimenting with a few houshold ingredients creates beautiful results as well. This post is packed full of inspiring Easter Egg Decorating Ideas just in time to kick-start the egg decorating season.
15 Amazing Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
- Melted Crayon Easter Eggs ~ Perfect way to use up our broken crayon stash.
- Sharpie Tie Dye Easter Eggs ~ This process will give your eggs a unique look each time. A great excuse to add to my ever growing sharpie collection.
- Volcano Easter Eggs ~ Amaze your kids with this fun experiment. A fun way to all a little science to your egg dying.
- Shaving Cream ~ Perfect for a messy Easter playdate.
- Marbleized Easter Eggs ~ Do you have a stash of nail polish that you no longer wear? Why not put it to good use and marble a few Easter eggs.
- Kool-aid Easter Eggs ~ Kool-aid comes in a variety of bight colors and adds a fun fruity smell to the egg dyeing experience.
- Tie Dyed Eggs ~ Create beautiful, bold designs with this simple technique.
- Water Color Easter Eggs ~ 3 fun watercolor techniques that I can’t wait to try.
- Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs ~ How cute, simple and basically mess free.
- Rubber Band Dyed Easter Eggs ~ Classic addition to any egg dying experience. We always had white crayons and rubber bands available when we dyed eggs growing up.
- DIY Silk Tie Dyed Eggs ~ Make sure you are using silk ties, regular ties won’t work. I love all the beautiful patterns.
- Natural Dyed Easter Eggs ~ Your fridge and cupboards contain everything your need to create beautiful natural egg dyes.
- Hot Glue Easter Eggs ~ Another great use for your hot glue gun. I love the beautiful swirly patterns.
- Goggly Eye Easter Eggs ~ add a little personality to your eggs with a set of goggly eyes.
- Tissue Paper and Parsley Easter Eggs ~ I love the bright colors accented with gold paint. Simply beautiful.
What is your favorite way to dye eggs?