For a great Easter celebration, find endless Easter egg decoration ideas and other Easter egg crafts the kids will be dyeing to try.
Sporting a bright beak and comb, this little chick makes for an adorable Easter egg decoration and definitely settles the question: the egg came first, but the chicken was a close second.
Here's a fun way to put the impetuous Red Queen in her place -- holding court in this year's lineup of Easter eggs.
Here's a whimsical Easter decoration featuring the Cheshire Cat -- a dyed egg embellished with the mischievous character's toothy grin.
Take advantage of oil and water's incompatibility to create swirly patterns
Perry the Platypus is always popping up in the most unexpected places. Now you can find him during your Easter egg hunt.
Here's a technique that Minnie and her fans would agree yields eggs-traordinary results: using sticker dots and dye to transform a batch of plain white eggs into a basketful of pretty, polka-dotted ones.
Create a smash with these confetti-filled eggs.
Using home items such as red cabbage, onion skin and grape juice, make your very own natural egg dyes for kids from our simple formulas. These are perfect for Easter baskets, egg hunts and more.
With tissue paper and a few household items, you and the kinds can master the art of tissue paper egg dyeing techniques this Easter season. These make for beautiful egg decorations for the holiday.
Make colorful Easter eggs with bubble packaging -- another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Stretch the uses of an ordinary office supply and celebrate the holiday season with this colorful rubber band Easter egg idea. The dyeing technique is easy enough that even the kids will love it.
Using aluminum foil, acrylic paint and a good ole fashioned egg, this visually arresting Easter egg foil craft is perfect for kids and grown-ups, too.