6 Different Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

Easter just wouldn't be the same without the tradition of decorating eggs! But it can sometimes feel like you're just doing the same thing over and over again.

This year, spice it up a little bit with some different egg-decorating ideas that are perfect for the kids or grandkids.

Let me know how they turn out for you!

1. Marbled Shaving Cream Easter Eggs

Marbled Easter Eggs

This kid-friendly idea is a simple one that uses food coloring and shaving cream to give your Easter eggs a beautiful marbled design.

Find the tutorial here: Better Homes & Gardens

2. Sparkly Dot Easter Eggs

Sparkle Easter Eggs

You just need a little bit of glue and some colorful glitter, and you can do much more than sparkly polka dots. Make the whole egg sparkle if you want to!

Find the tutorial here: Domestifluff

3. Baby Chick Easter Eggs

Baby Chick Easter Eggs

Aren't they just adorable? All you need is a little paint or dip dye, a permanent marker, and some orange paper to make these cute little chickens.

Find the tutorial here: Tell Love and Party

 4. Washi Tape Easter Eggs

4 easter eggs with different washi tape designs on a marble counter

Washi tape is typically used for journaling or crafting, but you can use it to create cute designs for your Easter eggs too!

Find the tutorial here: Lovely Indeed

5. Glow in the Dark

glow in the dark neon eggs on a black background

A little bit of shaving cream, some glow-in-the-dark paint, and a shallow container is all it takes to make these neon glow-in-the-dark eggs that are bound to be a hit for the kids! Hide them and let them find them in the dark once they are dry and ready to go.

Find the tutorial here: Growing A Jeweled Rose

6. Sea Creatures

eggs that look like sea creatures on a yellow background

    There are some kits that you can buy to help with making these sea creatures, but you can also do it with some googly eyes, felt, and a little bit of glue! Not only are they adorable but they're easy to do too.

    Find the tutorial here: DIY Candy

    Let us know if you tried any of these and how they turned out!

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    2 comments

    • Love you guys you’re so awesome

      Teresa La Mar
    • Great idea!! This will be fun to do with my great-grandchildren. Thank you for sharing!!

      Bonnie Lilley

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