These 5 Easy DIY Easter Egg Decorating Ideas Are SO Creative

Easter Egg Decorating Ideas for Kids. 70 Creative Ways To Decorate Your Eggs!

These 5 Easy DIY Easter Egg Decorating Ideas Are SO Creative

There isn’t much about Easter we don’t love – baskets full of candy, Easter egg hunts with the kids, and yet another excuse to get all gussied up in our Sunday best. But our most favorite part about celebrating Easter, has got to be decorating eggs. It’s such a special way to pass on our own family traditions we always enjoyed with our parents when we were little.

But y’all, gone are the days of just filling a few coffee mugs with store-bought dye. Instead, we’ve rounded up some incredibly creative DIY ideas that are sure to wow everyone from toddlers to teens. We bet you can’t pick just one!

PIN for when you’re ready to decorate!

Minions, and Bunnies, and Chicks, oh my! Your little ones are sure to have hours of crafting fun this Easter with these creative character eggs. They’re almost too cute to eat!

(1)  We give these Emoji Easter Eggs all the heart eyes (via Studio DIY!)

(2)  Hipster Easter Eggs will give your teens something to tweet about (via It’s Always Autumn) 

(3)  These Googly Eye Easter Eggs are super fun, and oh so simple to make (via Oh Happy Day)

(4)  Aren’t these just the cutest Easter Bunny Eggs you ever did see?! (via Little Red Window) 

(5)  These Cactus Easter Eggs are a little prickly, but a whole lotta cute (via Delia Creates) 

(6) Peep peep! Chick Easter Eggs don’t get much sweeter (via It All Started With Paint)

(7)  These sleepy Bunny Easter Eggs are sure to be a hit with your little ones (via Bitte)

(8)  The sweetest DIY Strawberry Easter Eggs – your kiddos won’t believe they’re not real (via Style Me Pretty) 

(9)  Your kids will be singing “Old MacDonald had a farm” with these creative Farm Animal Easter Eggs (via Look What I Made) 

(10) So simple are these Pipe Cleaner Easter Bunny Eggs, a toddler could make them (via Handmade by Kelly) 

(11) It’s minion madness with these amazing Dyed Minion Easter Eggs (via A Pumpkin and a Princess) 

(12) Make your own happy meal with these clever Burger Easter Eggs (via Studio DIY!)

(13) Monster Easter Eggs are the perfect Easter craft for the silliest of toddlers (via Artzy Creations)

(14) Your kids will be drooling over these painted Ice Cream Cone Easter Eggs (via Kara’s Party Ideas)

(15) Or try this version using real Ice Cream cones…plus hot fudge, sprinkles and a cherry on top! (via Studio DIY!)

(16) Or forget the cone all together and make these incredible Banana Split Easter Eggs (via Dawn Nicole)

(17) These Little Miss and Mr Men Easter Eggs are sure to get your kids giggling (via The Glitter in My Tea)

(18) Feeling all kinds of nostalgic with these Super Mario Bros. Easter Eggs (via Instructables)

(19) These Fruit & Veggie Eggs are the most fun your kids will have playing with their food (via Brit + Co)  

(20) The kiddos will be all kinds of tickled when they create these Potato Head Easter Eggs (via The Glitter In My Tea)

(21) Your toddler will love making these oh so sweet Watermelon Easter Eggs (via Let’s Mingle)

(22) These Ninja Turtles Easter Eggs will have everyone singing “Heroes in a Half Shell” (via A Pumpkin & a Princess)

(23) May the force be with you decorating these amazing Star Wars Eggs (via Frugal Fun for Boys & Girls)

(24) Ladybug Eggs, I mean, how adorable can you get?! (via Martha Stewart)

(25) Your kids will have tons of nautical fun creating these inventive Octopus Easter Eggs (via Pysselbolaget)

(26) How genius are these realistic looking Balloon Easter Eggs? (via A Joyful Riot)

(27) These Narwhal Easter Eggs are the stuff dreams are made of (via A Joyful Riot)

(28) Got a little builder at home? These Lego Minifigure Eggs are sure to be a home run (via Frugal Fun for Boys & Girls)

(29) Ninja Eggs will have you winning major “cool mom” points (via OHOH blog)

If dying eggs is your jam then we’ve got the DIY for you. Whether you’re a natural mama or all about the coolest technique in town – check out these Instagram-worthy ideas below!

(1)  These Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs will have you busting out the spice rack (via Oh My Gee)  

(2)  Spell your kids’ names or write a fun message with these talkative Typography Easter Eggs (via Martha Stewart)  

(3)  We can’t get enough of the 80s’ vibe these Neon Dip Dyed Eggs are giving off (via Oh Joy!)  

(4)  Shaving Cream Dyed Eggs may be the most fun your kids will have all year (via Domestic Superhero)

(5)  These graphic Chevron Easter Eggs are so simple to make, but really make a statement (via Take Time for Style)

(6)  Show off your 80s-tastic style with these Tie Dyed Eggs (via Fun at Home with Kids)

(7)  Your kids won’t believe their eyes when you show them these uber cool Rubber Cement Easter Eggs (via Unsophisticook)

(8)  Rubber Band Eggs may be the oldest trick in the book, but it’s still one of the best (via Brit + Co)

(9)  After dying your eggs, your kids will love breaking out the Puffy Paint to create their very own Puffy Paint Eggs (via Better Homes & Gardens)

(10) Your kids will be the coolest on the block with these Kool Aid Dyed Easter Eggs (via Freutcake)  

(11) All you need is a little hot glue and some pompoms to create these adorable Pom Pom Easter Eggs (via Momtastic)

The least mess but perhaps the most fun – these non-dying Easter egg ideas are sure to impress. So many cool crafts – you’ll have a hard time choosing just one! 

(1)  Make your own works of art with this unique Tissue Paper technique (via It’s Always Autumn)  

(2)  You can bedazzle to your heart’s content with these Jeweled Easter Eggs (via Momtastic)  

(3)  Joanna Gaines would totally approve of these Chalkboard Eggs (via Small Fry)

(4)  A little Mod Podge and a whole lot of color bring these Confetti Easter Eggs to life (via Oh Joy!)

(5)  Or try this Confetti-Covered Easter Egg version – made with a hole punch! (via She Makes a Home)

(6)  All you need is a sticker and a Sharpie to create these stunning Bunny Silhouette Easter Eggs (via Cutesy Crafts)

(7)  Chevron Easter Eggs couldn’t get any easier thanks to Washi Tape! (via Lovely Indeed)

(8)  These Melted Crayon Easter Eggs are such a creative way to use your old, broken crayons (via Clumsy Crafter)

(9)  Chalkboard Easter Eggs are so easy, and can be recreated over and over again (via Boulder Locavore)

(10) Your kids will make a unique impression with these Fingerprint Easter Eggs (via Crafty Morning)

(11) These Doughnut Easter Eggs look so real you’ll want to gobble them right up (via Kara’s Party Ideas)

(12) Who can possibly resist Sprinkle Easter Eggs?! (via Let’s Mingle)

(13) Let your child’s imagination run wild with these super simple Sharpie Eggs (via Mom.me) 

(14) Gingham Tape Eggs are the stuff preppy dreams are made of (via Better Homes & Gardens)

(15) Tattoo Easter Eggs are so easy, your kids won’t want to stop! (via Brit + CO)

(16) This version of Sprinkle Easter Eggs uses real sprinkles! (via Studio DIY!)

If you’re feeling daring but need a little help, try these incredible Printables: from circus eggs to the sweetest little gumball machines you ever did see – we’ve got you!

(1)  A little bit of whimsy goes a long way with these fun Egg People printables (via Mr Printables)

(2)  These Circus Egg decorations are sure to bring back childhood memories (via Sew Yeah!)

(3)  Your kids will love mixing and matching these Masters of Disguise egg printables (via Small for Big)

(4)  Gumball Machines Easter Eggs may just be the most fun idea yet!  (via A Joyful Riot)

(5)  Move over Elf — this printable will allow you to create your very own Eggs on a Shelf (via Julep)

(6)  These Superhero Easter Egg “costumes” will be a huge hit with your own superheroes (via Create Craft Love)

If you’re looking to add a little glamour to your Easter gathering, look no further. These DIY ideas will blow you away, and impress all your Easter guests. You may even want to keep them up all year around!

(1)  These DIY Marbled Indigo Eggs are as easy as they are beautiful (via Alice & Lois)  

(2)  From foiled copper to 3D, these Easter Egg DIY ideas are one of a kind (via Lily Ardor)

(3)  These Electrical Tape Patterned Eggs are all kinds of chic (via Martha Stewart)

(4)  How stunning are these Gold Leaf Easter Eggs?! (via SheKnows)

(5)  Nail Polish Easter Eggs are the chicest thing since the LBD (via The Everyday Mom Life)

(6)  Create miniature masterpieces with these beautiful Mosaic Easter Eggs (via Sugar and Charm)

(7)  Looking for a fun DIY project for teens? Look no further than these trendy Icon Easter Eggs (via Lovely Indeed)  

(8)  This Galaxy Easter Eggs tutorial is the perfect craft for your space-loving kiddos (via Dream a Little Bigger)

(9)  These Paint Splattered Easter Eggs are sure to please your budding artists (via Squirrelly Minds)

(10)  Water Color Easter Eggs are a modern take on a classic design (via Oh My! Creative)  

I don’t know about you, but eggs that look this good almost make eating them seem a sin. But don’t worry, we won’t tell

Source: https://whatmomslove.com/kids/easter-egg-decorating-ideas-for-kids/

30+ Easy Easter Egg Decorating Ideas – Creative Designs for Easter Eggs

These 5 Easy DIY Easter Egg Decorating Ideas Are SO Creative

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What's Easter without some egg decorating? This creative tradition is fun at any age, brings family together, and gives you something to do if you're stuck inside due to social distancing.

No matter your technique, there are so many fun ways to make your Easter eggs stand out from the rest. And the best part of all? They're usually both cheap, and easy.

From drawing on a plain white egg in puff paint, to using a white crayon to create unique patterns, to creating masterpieces with twine and foil, these creations will be egg-actly what you're looking for.

And if you're trying to reserve the eggs for eating this year, some of these decorating ideas can be done on plastic eggs. (Bonus: you can reuse them for many Easters to come.)

So try one or all of the easy egg decorating ideas that are sure to get the Instagram s rolling.

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Surprise Egg

Create an oversized egg with a twist! Open an egg box, paint it white, then let dry. Starting at the top of one egg half, apply washi tape lengthwise one row at a time, trimming at the ends. Repeat this on other half until it’s covered, then fill with toys ( this cuddly bunny!) or candy, close, and tie with a ribbon.

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Dipped Herb Silhouettes

Gather herbs sage, thyme, and parsley and snip them into small sprigs. Lightly paint the backs of herbs with egg white and let set 10 minutes. While herbs dry, cut a nylon stocking into 5'' tubes.

Place a prepared herb onto an egg and carefully tie the nylon around both ends so the herb stays put. Submerge egg in dye. Remove and blot dry with paper towels before removing nylon, then slowly peel off herb.

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Sparkling Easter Designs

Lovely Unicorn: Paint a wooden egg white; let dry. Draw on face. Cut a mane from faux-fur trim, color in an egg dye bath, and attach (once dry) with fabric glue. Use templates to make felt ears and a gold paper horn; assemble and glue to egg. Wrap a 3 x 1/8-in. strip of gold paper around horn; secure with glue. Glue star confetti to cheek and hair.

Shiny Silhouette: Use the templates to carefully cut a chick or bunny from a foil candy wrapper. Adhere to dyed egg with Mod Podge. Use a damp cotton swab to gently wipe clean the foil shape; let dry.

Dazzling Glitter Egg: Try this trick on basic plastic eggs: Lightly sand the outside, brush on glue, cover in glitter, and let dry.

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Twine-Wrapped Eggs

How cool is this textured twine-wrapped Easter egg idea? Adhere twine to one end of a ceramic egg with a glue stick, then apply glue and tightly wind the twine, working in sections, until you've completely covered the surface.

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Color Easter Characters

Best dressed: Draw a face and hair on a ceramic egg. Wrap the bottom third of egg in thick yarn (tip: work from the middle down) and secure by brushing on white craft glue in sections. Create details collars, bows, and buttons with felt and beads.

Dashing Design Egg: Follow tradition and dye your eggs first. Once dry, draw a series of short lines with a white paint marker.

Fuzzy Chick: Wrap a ceramic or wooden egg in yarn (tip: start at the top and work down) and secure by brushing on white craft glue in sections as you work. Use templates to make felt wings, feet, beak, and hair, and attach with glue. Glue on small black-bead eyes.

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Floral Easter Eggs

A dyed egg can be a blank canvas for a watercolor garden. Paint small X's with dots in the centers.

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Whimsical Bunny

Decorate a painted egg with soft, furry ears and a floral crown. Paint a wooden egg, let dry, then add a spotted belly with white paint. Draw on a face. Use template to make ears from felt and faux-fur trim. Sandwich wire between ear pieces, then bend back the bottom 1/4 in. and use to glue in place. Glue small faux flowers around ears.

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Gold Leaf Eggs

To get this gorgeous gilded look, start with dyed Easter eggs. Then, using a foam brush, add splotches of glue from the Mona Lisa Metal Leaf Starter Kit. Let dry according to package instructions (the glue gets tacky when it dries). Apply the gold leaf from the kit to the sticky areas, smooth with your fingers, and use a stiff-bristled brush to sweep away any excess gold leaf.

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Speckled Eggs

Use a toothbrush to flick watered-down acrylic paint across (dry) spray-painted plastic eggs.

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Animal Critters

Say hello to spring with these farm friends! Dye hardboiled eggs green, pink, orange, and yellow. Print templates of the animals’ features. Print out on corresponding colored paper and cut. Attach features using craft glue.

For bunny ears, chick wings, and frog eyes and legs: fold back 1/8'' at base to glue to egg. Let dry and adjust as needed.

For the lamb: unravel 3 cotton balls. Brush egg with glue, avoiding the narrow top, which will be the face. Smooth cotton to cover egg. Once dry, add pom-poms for feet and tail.Draw faces with a fine point permanent marker.

Get the templates for Animals Critters.

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Watercolor Easter Egg Idea

Transforming images into adhesive decals for your Easter eggs is easier than it sounds. Simply download our watercolor images template and print onto Grafix Rub-Onz Transfer Film (you may need to select the photo paper setting on your printer). Rub with your fingers or the flat end of a wine cork to apply to eggs.

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Easter Egg Characters

Who says all your Easter eggs have to look the same? Adhere faux flower petals, buds, and leaves to colored eggs using a hot glue gun (or paint ceramic eggs you can re-use each spring!).

We used Gerbera daisies for bunny ears, hydrangeas for bird feathers, baby's breath for a lamb's coat, a lily or rose for butterfly wings, and green leaves for a carrot top.

Draw faces with a marker for the cutest crew around.

Get the tutorial for Easter Egg Characters.

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Washi Tape Eggs

Got some washi tape? Try cutting geometric shapes it and adhering the shapes to the eggs for a cute pattern.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Pom Pom Eggs

Perfect for plastic eggs or real ones, adhering poms poms to your eggs is an easy way to add whimsey to your decor.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Mosaic Eggs

Use discarded shells, washi tape, or simple construction paper to create a mosaic Easter egg.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Disco Eggs

Add a little sparkle to your Easter celebration with these festive and fun eggs.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Vegetable Eggs

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Stamped Eggs

A chalk stamp pad can transform your eggs from simple to stunning.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Pressed Flower Eggs

Bring the outside in with these nature-inspired beauties.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Floral Tattoo Eggs

These gorgeous floral eggs are so simple to make: simply press stick-on flash tattoos to the shells with light pressure, then smooth out wrinkles once you've peeled off the back.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Nail Polish Eggs

You probably have what you need to create this marbleized look sitting in a bathroom drawer: nail polish! Just swirl a bit of your favorite color into water and drop your egg in.

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Polka-Dot Eggs

Go 3-D by simply adding texture with a hot glue gun, then dip into bright dyes for a fun finish!

Get the tutorial from Good Housekeeping.

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Triple-Dipped Layer

These unique eggs up the ante when it comes to decorating. The triple-dipped look makes these eggs come out super elegant.

Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping.

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Jadeite Egg Decor

Although super similar to some other decorating ideas in this list, we can't forget to include this Jadeite Egg Decor simply because of how gorgeous the color choice is!

Get the tutorial from Country Living.

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Moss Egg Decorating Idea

Hot glue pieces of dried moss to your eggs to give this year's Easter table centerpiece an earthy tone.

Get the tutorial from Country Living.

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Monogrammed Easter Egg Design

These elegant eggs are easier to make than they look and serve as the perfect personalized place setting for Easter dinner!

Get the tutorial from Country Living.

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Ombré Easter Eggs

To make these ombré eggs, make sure to prep your station and keep the cups you use to mix colors clearly labeled.

Get the tutorial from Country Living.

Source: https://www.womansday.com/home/crafts-projects/g2216/easter-eggs/

These 5 Easy DIY Easter Egg Decorating Ideas Are SO Creative

These 5 Easy DIY Easter Egg Decorating Ideas Are SO Creative

Ask most kids their favorite holiday, and they’ll probably respond with “Christmas,” or “my birthday” (in the cast of my youngest, who thinks her birthday is a holiday). But with our kids, it has always been “Easter.” They love painting Easter eggs. I hear about it for weeks leading up to the day we all sit down to do it.

Since they love Easter so much, I’ve been looking for ways to expand our Easter traditions. So we’ve been adding on new activities these 20 fun family Easter traditions, and trying out creative crafts turning an old sock into an Easter bunny.

Recently, I thought it would be cool if we tried out some new ways to decorate eggs. Who says we should just paint them every year? While that’s always fun, there are a lot of ways to spruce up eggs for Easter. In the video below, I share 5 fast, easy, and creative Easter egg decorating crafts which are great for kids and adults!

Ice Cream Cone Egg

Materials:

Egg Hot glue and glue gun Cotton Pipe cleaner Markers or pens in different colors

Brown paper

Steps:

1. Start by hot gluing a small fluff of cotton to the top of an egg.

2. Wrap some pipe cleaner in a color of your choice around the cotton. Yellow is a good option. You can think of this as whipped cream with a bit of caramel drizzled on top.

3. With your markers or pens, draw “sprinkles” all over the egg in a few different colors.

4. Get some brown construction paper and wrap it into a cone shape. Put the egg on top of it. Alternately, if you actually have ice cream cones on hand, you could just use those.

Bird Egg

Materials:

Egg Hot glue and glue gun Googly eyes Construction paper Bows Feathers

Cup for the egg

Steps:

1. Begin by using hot glue to attach the googly eyes to the egg. Cut the construction paper into a beak shape and attach that as well.

2. Next, attach some feathers to the back of the egg to create a large tail.

3. Next, add a bow to the top of the egg as an embellishment. Set the egg inside a cute ornamental cup, and maybe add another bow or any other decorations you would .

Bunny Egg

Materials:

Egg Felt Pen Cup

Hot glue and glue gun

Steps:

1. Cut the felt into the shape of two bunny ears.

2. Using the hot glue gun, attach the ears to the egg.

3. Use the pen to draw on a bunny face.

Set the bunny egg inside a cup and put it on display.

Egg with Straw Hair

Materials:

Egg Hot glue and glue gun Pen Bow Straw

Googly eyes

Steps:

1. Use hot glue to attach googly eyes to the egg.

2. Hot glue some straw to the top of the egg to serve as “hair.”

3. Glue a bow on top.

4. Use a pen to draw on eyebrows, a mouth, and freckles. Put the egg in a cup to display.

Surprised Egg

Materials:

Egg Googly eyes Hot glue and glue gun Bow

Cup

Steps:

1. With the hot glue gun, attach the googly eyes to the egg.

2. Use a pen to draw a surprised mouth on the egg and any other facial features you want.

3. Set the egg in a cup to display, and add a cute bow if you want.

See—there are a lot of ways you can decorate Easter eggs that go beyond just painting them. I hope that you enjoy doing these crafts with your kids!

Source: https://www.diyncrafts.com/37308/homemade/these-5-easy-diy-easter-egg-decorating-ideas-are-so-creative

33 AMAZING egg decorating ideas for Easter {ditch the dye!}

These 5 Easy DIY Easter Egg Decorating Ideas Are SO Creative

In today’s post: Try out a new egg decorating technique for Easter this year with 33 fun ideas!

Dyeing Easter eggs is one of those holiday traditions I remember LOVING as a kid that I don’t actually love so much as an adult. Sure, the coloring eggs part is fun, but that whole “cups full of dye that could get tipped over at any time on the kitchen table I saved up to buy” part that gets me every time.

Kids + dye = Danger, Will Robinson! Don’t worry, I’m not a dream squasher, and so yes, I let my kids color eggs…we just don’t often use dye to do it.

There are so many other fun Easter egg decorating techniques, many of which aren’t nearly as messy as dye! Today I’ve gathered up 33 creative ways to decorate your Easter eggs this year.

You may also : 17 Easter traditions to start with your kids

NOTE: As with all roundups, if you’d to pin an individual photo, please click through to the original post to do so (posts are linked above each photo). Feel free to pin the collage above to remember where to find all these ideas in one post!

33 Egg Decorating Ideas

1. These pretty Easter eggs are colored using tissue paper! from It’s Always Autumn:

2. If you want to keep your egg decorating super simple (but still totally awesome), check out these Star Wars Easter eggs from Simple Everyday Mom. Free printables!

3. I had no idea it would be so easy to use metal leaf to decorate eggs, and the look is unique and stunning! from A Crafted Passion

4. Turn eggs into sweet little unicorns with this egg decorating tutorial from Little Inspiration:

5. Learn how to paint Easter eggs with watercolors from Squirrelly Minds: 

6. This fun tie dye egg decorating technique from One Little Project is very easy to do using food coloring and paper towels:

7. Grab some Sharpies to draw chicks, bunnies, and cute patterns on your Easter eggs. See all the ideas at Mom.me:

8. Turn eggs into bunnies with this decorating simple + sweet Easter egg decorating tutorial from Bitte.

9. These Easter Egg carrots from Hungry Happenings are adorable!

10. Learn how to print designs on tissue paper for a whole new way to decorate Easter eggs. From Say Yes:

11. This might be the easiest egg decorating idea out there: use Crayola markers + a sandwich baggie to create beautifully colored eggs. From It’s Always Autumn.

12. Adorable Minion eggs from A Pumpkin and a Princess:

13. Turn Easter eggs into cute little cactus plants with this tutorial from Delia Creates:

14. Here’s another super easy Easter egg decorating idea: Purchase brown or blue eggs and then use a white paint pen to add designs. Idea from Joy Ever After:

15. Seriously adorable! Floral wreath crowned eggs from Flax and Twine:

16. Ever thought of decorating eggs with SPRINKLES? Check out the tutorial at Studio DIY:

More Easter Egg decorating ideas

17. These lovely marbled indigo eggs from Alice and Lois are made with nail polish!

18. These galaxy eggs from A Crafted Passion are dyed with food coloring and vinegar to get a cool, space-inspired speckled look.

19. Another galaxy inspired egg decorating tutorial, this one from Dream a Little Bigger:

20. These Emoji eggs from Studio DIY crack me up!

21. Add lovely floral designs to your eggs in minutes using temporary tattoo paper! Instructions + printable designs from It’s Always Autumn.

22. Here’s another simple tie dye Easter egg decorating idea from A Little Pinch of Perfect, using markers and baby wipes.

23. Crafty Morning shows you how to color eggs with shaving cream or cool whip!

24. Another suuuper easy egg decorating idea: Washi tape eggs from Savvy Saving Couple

25. DIY Confetti eggs from Love the Day are just so pretty!

26. Frug Elegance shows you how to make modern black, white and gold eggs using Sharpies.

27. Craftbits gives you helpful hints for painting pretty watercolor flowers on your eggs.

28. Colorful yarn wrapped eggs from Craftbits

29. Love glitter? Check out these glitter decorated eggs from Sew and the City:

30. Decorate your eggs with bunny silhouettes using this easy Sharpie technique from Cutesy Crafts:

31. This rice shake egg decorating idea from Crafty Morning is much tidier than dipping eggs in dye and results in a cool speckled effect.

32. DIY Candy shows you how to decorate eggs with gold foil tattoos:

33. Print out your own tattoos to make Lego Easter eggs! From It’s Always Autumn:

There you have it – 33 Easter egg decorating ideas!

Looking for more Easter fun? Visit these posts:

17 Easter traditions to start with your family

20 Easter crafts for kids

How to make peanut butter and chocolate eggs

63 things to put in Easter eggs that aren’t candy

Source: https://www.itsalwaysautumn.com/33-amazing-egg-decorating-ideas-for-easter-ditch-the-dye.html

60 Best Easter Egg Designs – Easy DIY Ideas for Easter Egg Decorating

These 5 Easy DIY Easter Egg Decorating Ideas Are SO Creative

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Pressed Flower Easter Eggs

Bring the outside in with these nature-inspired beauties. Once you have a bounty of dried and pressed flowers, buds, and leaves, adhere them to the egg's surface with a flat paint brush and glossy Mod Podge. Paint thin layers of Mod Podge on top of the flowers or leaves, and let dry completely.

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Stamped Easter Eggs

Go beyond a basic dye job with the help of a chalk stamp pad. For an intricate design, press a small stamp into the pad and place evenly on to the egg’s surface, and repeat as necessary. When you are happy with your design, set the ink by turning your hair dryer on the lowest setting and blowing dry.

SHOP STAMPS

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Vegetable Easter Eggs

While these adorable eggs aren't edible, they look just as beautiful (if not, more) than the real thing.

Carrot: Cut 2 to 3″ strips of green tissue paper and twist together at one end. Attach “stem” with hot glue to the top of an orange egg. Using a permanent marker, add lines to mimic the texture of a natural carrot.

Strawberry: Dye an egg deep red-pink and let dry. Use a permanent marker to draw “seeds” all over the egg. Cut 1” strips of green crepe paper and attach to the top of the egg with glue. Finish it off by gluing a crepe paper stem.

Pea Pod: Dye 3 eggs light green and let dry. Cut a rectangle of light green crepe paper about 7″ x 10″ (depending on the size of your eggs). Glue a row of eggs in the center of the crepe paper.

Wrap the long sides of the paper around the eggs, twist at either end, and glue. Cut 5 petal shapes green crepe paper, about 3″ in length. Twist the petals together at one end and glue.

Fan out the leaves to create a cap for the pea pod and glue.

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Marbled Easter Eggs

Not a fan of classic dye jobs? Give it a marbleized effect by rolling eggs in a dye and oil mixture.

Start by adding a tablespoon of vegetable oil to a bowl of dye, and stirring with a craft stick or a straw to separate oil bubbles. Gently roll eggs into the bowl for a few seconds.

Pat the excess dye and oil with a paper towel and set on a cooling rack to dry. Once completely dry, use a dry cloth to wipe away any excess oil residue.

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Sugared Easter Eggs

Keep things sugary-sweet by adding these “sugar-covered” eggs to your Easter spread. To make, paint one half of an egg with craft glue. Sprinkle with clear iridescent glitter, let dry, and repeat on the other side.

SHOP GLITTER

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Polka-Dot Easter Eggs

Go for a 3D effect by dabbing a dyed (or plain!) egg with puff paint. Don't get ahead of yourself: Do one side at a time, allowing each time to dry completely before moving on.

SHOP PUFF PAINT

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Paper Punch Easter Eggs

If you're not as artistically inclined, use craft punches to cut shapes from different colored paper. Fold the shapes down the middle and attach to solid-colored eggs with craft glue.

SHOP PAPER PUNCHES

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Chick Easter Eggs

Add even more chicks to your Easter table with these adorable dyed eggs. To make, dip the front of an egg length-wise in yellow dye. Once dry, draw face and body features with a fine-point permanent marker.

RELATED: Cute Easter Crafts for the Whole Family

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Bright Egg Votives

These double as decor: Once the hollow eggs are done drying, gently break the shell with a spoon, removing the top third. Dye the rest of the egg and once dry, place a tea light candle inside.

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Mosaic Easter Eggs

Turn shattered egg shells into a stunning centerpiece by gluing pieces of a broken egg on another egg in a mosaic pattern. How simple and sweet!

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Tiny Critter Easter Eggs

To make these totally cute, totally easy eggs, attach painted mini plastic animals, flowers, and insects onto a plain white egg with craft or hot glue. The best part? No artistic skills necessary.

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Nail Polish Easter Eggs

The secret to the perfectly imperfect marble egg? Swirl a favorite nail polish hue into water and then dip the egg in — just be careful not to ruin your own mani!

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Washi Tape Easter Eggs

So you've got nail polish marble and glitter eggs down. Try cutting geometric shapes ( triangles!) washi tape and then adhering them to the eggs for a metallic pattern.

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“Hop” Easter Egg

Decorate wooden eggs so that you can leave 'em up all season. Then write a special message on them by using tiny letter stamps. Our favorites: “Hop” and “Hoppy Easter!”

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Initial Easter Eggs

Figure out your Easter dinner seating chart ahead of time with these easy golden egg “place cards.” Stick on a letter, spray paint the egg and then peel the letter off. That's it!

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Triple-Dipped Easter Egg

For a geometric look, submerge a hard-boiled egg in dye. Once dry, re-dip the egg at a different angle for a longer period of time. Repeat at a third angle.

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Confetti Easter Eggs

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Flamingo and Swan Easter Eggs

Which came first, the bird or the egg? Either way, these adorable paper decorations are an easy way to add some colorful Easter cheer to the table.

Get the tutorial from Studio DIY »

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All-Natural Easter ggs

Save some cash and ditch the fake stuff by dyeing your eggs the old-fashioned way: with foods you already have in the kitchen. It's fun, safe, and lets out your inner mad scientist.

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Golden Egg Wreath

Use an embroidery hoop, yarn, and gold plastic eggs to craft this cute wall hanging. An added bonus: You can leave it up all season long.

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Botanical Easter Eggs

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Flash Tat Easter ggs

Another fun tattoo idea: Instantly add shine to eggs with metallic flash tats.

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Geometric Easter Eggs

The best part isn't the geometric paint job, as cool as it look. These beauties are made wood, so you can display them year after year, no cracks guaranteed.

Get the tutorial at Land of Nod »

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Baby Bird Nests

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Nail Polish Marbled Easter Eggs

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Neutral Easter Eggs

Source: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/easter-ideas/g419/easter-egg-decorating-ideas/