Every year, we look for new and fun ways to decorate Easter eggs. There are so many creative ideas out there! From dying eggs with food coloring to painting them, these ideas are perfect for your next Easter egg hunt.
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Fill plastic Easter eggs with gak for a fun surprise!
These colorful paper-mache Easter eggs are so fun! via Fireflies and Mudpies
All you need is googly eyes and your imagination to create monster Easter eggs. via Artzy Creations
Woah! These are the brightest rainbow eggs we’ve ever seen! via Number 2 Pencil
Tie dye Easter eggs to add fun texture to them! via The Nerd’s Wife
Here’s another really fun way to tie dye Easter eggs! via A Little Pinch of Perfect
Woah! This is such a fun way to add designs to your Easter eggs.
Dye Easter eggs with Kool Aid — they smell amazing! via Totally the Bomb
Add crayon shavings to warm hard-boiled eggs for a fun way to decorate! via The Nerd’s Wife
We just love these cute little carrot Easter eggs. via A Night Owl Blog
Use temporary tattoos with your kids favorite characters to decorate eggs.
Kids will get a kick out of these Minion Easter eggs. via A Pumpkin and a Princess
Ninja Turtle Easter eggs are simple but so fun! via A Princess and a Pumpkin
These superhero Easter eggs are made with free printables. via Create Craft Love
Disney Mickey Mouse eggs are so easy to make. via Smart School House
You’ve gotta catch these Pokemon Easter eggs! via Just Jenn Recipes
Paint Star Wars Easter eggs — perfect for little fans! via Frugal Fun 4 Boys
Got a Minecraft fan? They’ll love these Creeper Easter eggs. via Totally the Bomb
Dye Easter eggs with silk ties. via Our Best Bites
Use glue dots to add glitter to your Easter eggs! via The Nerd’s Wife
Draw on hot eggs with crayons for a fun effect! via Jenna Burger
These ombre Easter eggs are made with edible paint. via The Nerd’s Wife
Mix your colors in shaving cream before adding the eggs — so fun! via Crafty Morning
Monogram Easter eggs are modern and stylish. via The Nerd’s Wife
How cute are these little bunny Easter eggs?! via The Nerd’s Wife
These beautiful Easter eggs are decorated with paper napkins! via La Receta de la Felicidad
Cracked Easter eggs are a fun edible treat. via Barefoot Kitchen Witch
Colored sugar is a fun and edible way to decorate Easter eggs. via The Nerd’s Wife
Turn plastic eggs into adorable spring chicks. via Fireflies and Mudpies
These two color eggs are so bright and fun! via Unsophisticook
Pour the dye onto eggs for a gorgeous look. via Creative Family Fun
My kids would get a kick out of these emoji Easter eggs. via Studio DIY
We just love these ice cream cone Easter eggs. via Kara’s Party
Turn Easter eggs into super cute gumball machines! via A Joyful Riot
Turn plastic Easter eggs into fruits and veggies. via Brit & Co.
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