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15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas To Try

Easter Egg Decorating Roundup

Are you egg-cited about Easter? Haha, I just couldn’t help but throw an egg joke in. πŸ˜‰ If you’re still merely dunking an Easter eggs in dye, this year take your eggs one step further with these creative decorating techniques.Β From DIY stickers to nail polish, there’s no limit to the creative, crafty ways you can make egg embellishing fun. Here are 15 great egg decorating ideas to get your creative juices flowing.

1. DIY Gold Leaf Eggs

You wouldn’t believe that making these beautiful gold foiled easter eggs could be so easy. Gold foil, white glue and a little food coloring is all you need. Read more: Little Inspiration

15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas - DIY gold leaf eggs

2. Mosaic Easter Eggs

You can make beautiful eye-catching mosaic eggs using real eggs and eggshells! Read more: Say Not Sweet Anne

15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas - DIY Mosaic Eggs

2. Easy Watermelon Easter Eggs

You want to make a “melon” of these adorable little eggs.Β Read more: Damask Love

Watermelon Easter Eggs DIY

4. DIY Nail Polish Easter Eggs

Grab your old nail polish and fake eggs and you are ready to craft this project for Easter. Read more: Little Inspiration

15 DIY Easter Egg Ideas - DIY nail polish easter eggs

5. Terrarium Easter Eggs

Make an Easter Egg terrarium.Β Read more: The House That Lars Built

15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas - DIY Terrarium Eggs


6. Graffiti Art Easter Eggs DIY

Try this quick and easy egg decorating idea before Easter Sunday. Read More: PaperNStich

15 Egg Decorating Ideas to Try -  Graffiti Art Easter Eggs

6. DIY Cement Easter Eggs

Make these modern styled cement Easter eggs you can use year after year. Read more: Camille Styles

15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas - DIY gold dipped cement eggs

7. Rubber Bands Patterned Easter Eggs

Here’s a fun easy idea! Use rubber bands on your eggs to create these uniquely patterned Easter Eggs. Read more:Β The Pink Doormat

15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas - Use Rubber bands to create an abstract pattern

8. Confetti Covered Easter Eggs

How cute are these eggs? Follow this simple tutorial to create confetti-covered Easter eggs. Read more: She Makes A Home

Cute Confetti Easter Eggs

9. Gold Bullion Easter Eggs

No need for a goose to lay these golden eggs. Make them yourself! Read more: Go Make Me

No need for a goose to lay these golden eggs. Make them yourself! DIY instructions included

10. Rope Wrapped Easter Eggs

My take on rope wrapped Easter eggs. No glue gun required. Read more: Sas Does

My take on rope wrapped Easter eggs. No glue gun required.


11. DIY Honey Combed Easter Eggs

Quickly and easily turn honeycomb decor into Easter eggs this weekend!Β Read more: Studio DIY

Quickly and easily turn honeycomb decor into Easter eggs this weekend!

12. Easy Marbled Easter Eggs

Create these stunning, yet easy marbled Easter eggs using supplies you already have! Make once, then reuse year after year. Source: Make Life Lovely

Create these stunning, yet easy marbled Easter eggs using supplies you already have! Make once, then reuse year after year.

13. DIY Washi Chevron Easter Eggs

A little washi tape goes a long way on some sweet Easter eggs! Read more: Lovely Indeed

A little washi tape goes a long way on some sweet Easter eggs!

14. DIY DΓ©coupage Eggs

Learn how to dΓ©coupage ostrich eggs just in time for Easter! Read more: Honestly YUM

Learn how to dΓ©coupage ostritch eggs just in time for Easter!

15. DIY Watercolor Easter Eggs

These DIY Watercolor Easter Eggs are an easy and fun project to do with kids. Read more: For The Love Of

DIY Watercolor Easter Eggs are an easy and fun project to do with kids.

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Easter Egg Decorating Roundup

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  • Wendy Bellino

    Love these ideas! Thank you for the inspiration!

    • Thanks Wendy! Glad you’ve enjoyed them πŸ™‚

  • Thanks Jolene! That is one of my faves too! Following you on bloglovin’ too.

    Cheers,
    Eileen

    • Jo

      Thanx for your reply, dear. Hope to see you around on my blog too! Btw, if in any case I might want to blog about Easter ideas, may I share your ideas? I would link your blog to the post should I go about writing it. Happy cheery Sunday!

      Jo
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