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For a great Easter celebration, find endless Easter egg decoration ideas and other Easter egg crafts the kids will be dyeing to try.
Little baby Megg is a nice addition to the Egg family.
Take advantage of oil and water's incompatibility to create swirly patterns
These hard-boiled snorkeling eggs are fully equipped for a dip in the blue (or green or pink).
The most humble of art supplies meets the shell of a just-boiled egg in this colorful melted crayon Easter egg craft. Easy for kids to make and gorgeous when finished, this is an egg-cellent Easter activity.
Our nature-inspired Easter decoration encourages kids to head outside.
Here's a clever use for leftover egg dye (and cardboard tubes), and the results are springtime-lovely.
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.
This cute chick makes an adorable centerpiece for your Easter dinner table. Wow your relatives with your creative talents!
This Easter egg design card is made with a real egg. How egg-cellent!
Celebrate the season of Kwanzaa with this fun and easy to make kinara. The colors of the candles represent the people (black), their struggles (red), and the future (green).
Make fun egg cup treat holders to store yummy Halloween candy. Kids can choose their own color combinations for a festive and ghoulish decoration.