For a great Easter celebration, find endless Easter egg decoration ideas and other Easter egg crafts the kids will be dyeing to try.
Iit's a bird, it's a plane, it's a superhero Easter egg!
Courtesy of hard-boiled eggs, vibrant dye and some glued on features, this Easter egg decorating — an adorable sheep egg! — is a festive Easter favorite the kids are sure to love year after year.
Here's a purple cow that people will love to see this Easter.
Courtesy of a hard-boiled egg, vibrant egg dye, a cute pipe cleaner stand, and some glued-on details (paper ears, pom-pom nose, and so on), this critter is an Easter favorite.
With a paper-tube body, an egg head and glued-on features like eyes and hair, this festive Easter craft for kids is a great way to get the whole family involved in hilarious holiday activities.
With this project, kids blow an egg, then turn it into a flying wonder. This dovely Easter egg craft makes for a cute party decoration, or for some Sunday amusement for the kids.
With his paper tube body and glued-on features, this egghead family member will crack your kids up.
String up this bluebird egg and let him take flight.
With this Easter egg bee project, kids blow an egg, then turn it into a flying wonder. All you need is a raw egg and a few art supplies, and this blown-up creature will keep indefinitely.
Little baby Megg is a nice addition to the Egg family.
These colorful, psychedelic Easter eggs add a fun, funky touch to a traditional basket. And the decorating technique is so simple, even the littlest egg artists can help.
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.