A collection of Easter egg decorating ideas that kids will love.
These hard-boiled snorkeling eggs are fully equipped for a dip in the blue (or green or pink).
Here's a clever use for leftover egg dye (and cardboard tubes), and the results are springtime-lovely.
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.
An un-eggs-pected treat hides in each of these colorful orbs.
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.
Instead of opting for the classic egg-dyeing technique this Easter, turn a new leaf with this reverse-stenciling method. These easy-to-make leaf print eggs are a great Easter craft for kids.
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.
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.
You don't have to be an artist to create these keepsake eggs. Just cut illustrations or photos from magazines, scrapbooking supplies, or other printed sources.
After they've given up all their Easter candy, give your plastic eggs an adorable second life as an owl, skunk, dog, cat, pig or mouse with this fun and easy Easter egg decorating craft.
String up this bluebird egg and let him take flight.
Crayons on warm hard-boiled eggs create melted swaths of color.
Iit's a bird, it's a plane, it's a superhero Easter egg!
Create a papier-mache version of a panoramic sugar egg with this great paper Easter egg diorama. This fun and festive craft even features a springtime scene tucked inside, perfect for welcoming Easter into your home.
Perfect for animal-loving kids, this Easter egg pig craft, with a pompom nose and paper ears, is an egg-cellent and festive egg decoration for the Sunday holiday.
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.
Personalize Easter eggs with this sticker stencil technique.
Ugly-duckling cartons blossom into graceful swan cups for a simple but beautiful Easter egg display.
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.
Here's a purple cow that people will love to see this Easter.
With his paper tube body and glued-on features, this egghead family member will crack your kids up.
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.
Little baby Megg is a nice addition to the Egg family.
With this method, young artists use embroidery floss to festoon Easter eggs with tangles of swirls.
This easy technique yields splashy, unique designs reminiscent of abstract expressionist painter Jackson Pollock's.
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.
Crushed shells make an unusual and terrific textured surface for your Easter eggs.
Use glue dots and colored sand or glitter to create dazzling Easter eggs.
Inspired by the home-building boom that keeps our feathered friends busy each spring, this simple Easter craft gets everybody outdoors to gather materials and enjoy the season.
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.
Make colorful Easter eggs with lightbulb sleeves; another great Easter 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.
Your kids can make colorful eggs with their fingers; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
For an Easter centerpiece your family will flock to, dangle a bunch of these little swingers.
You and your kids will feel like old-world artisans when you make these little Easter egg stained-glass masterpieces.
Egg decorating couldn't get much simpler than this method: all you do is apply stickers to your egg before dyeing to create cool shapes and silhouettes.
For this decorating trick, use any unwanted silk ties to create a uniquely patterned Easter egg.
Let your kids create an eggs-traordinary display of mini Christmas trees.
Make colorful Easter eggs with bubble packaging -- another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Melted Crayon Eggs
Easter Eggs: Sheep Egg
How to ... Make Leaf Print Eggs
Easter Eggs: Bee Egg
Easter Eggs: Easter Dove
A Herd of Eggimals
Easter Eggs: Bluebird Egg
Cool Crayon Colors
Easter Eggs: Superegg-man Egg
Paper Egg Diorama
Easter Eggs: Pig Egg
Tie-Dye Easter Eggs
Egg Dyeing: Sticker Stencils Technique
Fancy Feathered Friends
Egg Dyeing: Tissue Paper Technique
Easter Eggs: Purple Cow Egg
Easter Eggs: Daddy Deggster Egg
Easter Eggs: Mom Peggy Egg
Easter Eggs: Baby Megg Egg
Lovely and Loopy
Egg Dyeing: String Technique
Natural Egg Dyes
Simply Smashing Shells
Lots of Dots (and Lines)
Egg Dyeing: Aluminum Foil Technique
Egg Dyeing: Lightbulb Sleeves
Egg Dyeing: Rubber Bands Technique
Egg Dyeing: Thumbprints Technique
Simple Stained Glass
Turn an Egg Into a Christmas Tree
Egg Dyeing: Bubble Packaging Technique
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