This year the kids have been really interested with space so for Easter we decided to do something different and creative with the easer eggs and we got a space themed decorating kit. These can also easily be made at home and I like the idea of the paper egg holders as these give so many possibilities of what you can do with the eggs. My kids specially loved the goggly eyes, and we have tons of them at home so we will continue mekong alien critters.
We all had so much fun and it just got me to thinking about what other interesting things could be done to decorate Easter eggs. I found some really amazing and out of the box creations that I would love to share with you all. Here are my favorite ones!
Chalkboard Easter Eggs
These are so much fun and so easy to make! You can see them at Olander + Palm HERE.
Egg Carton Chicks
I found these cute birdies on Pinterest but could not find the source. They look easy enough to make and I know my kids would love them.
Dried Flower Easter Eggs
I love these, specially since my little guy loves picking up flowers and leaves. We will be trying these next year for sure. These I found at this forum HERE.
Silk Tie Dye Easter Eggs
These are simply gorgeous and I know my husband has some silk ties lying around that would be perfect for this! Check out how you can use ugly ties to make beautiful Easter eggs from Our Best Bites HERE.
What I love about these eggs is how easy and simple they are to make and they come out so beautiful. I found this idea at El Hada de Papel Here.
Modern Line Easter Eggs
Another easy to make options for decorating Easter eggs, just cut really thin strips of colored tape to make these modern designs. I found this idea at Miss Honey Bird HERE.
Pointillism Easter Eggs
These cute bunny decorated Easter Eggs are from Cutesy Crafts HERE.
Sharpie Tie Dye Easter Eggs
These are so colorful and there is no need to dip these eggs in dye. Check them out at Housing Forest HERE.
Shabby Chic Easter Eggs
These eggs are definitely keepers. Make them with plastic dollar store eggs and use them to make a beautiful centerpiece. Get the instructions at Design Dinning and Diapers HERE.
Melted Crayon Easter Eggs
These are a great alternative if you do not want to dye them and I know we have lots of old crayons that we could use to make these. Get the complete instructions at Housing a Forest HERE.
Puffy Paint Easter Eggs
I just love the texture, colors and originality of these beautiful eggs. You can find them at Better Homes and Gardens HERE.
This is so easy to do and these eggs look simply gorgeous. I know I have a lot of pretty paper napkins left over from parties that would be ideal for this. You can find the complete instructions on how to make these on Balanced Bead Shop HERE.
Glow in the Dark Eggs
This is a fun activity and a great option for hiding eggs at night or really early morning before dawn and kids can just look for them in the dark! How fun! You can get all the details on how to do this at Growing A Jeweled Rose HERE.
Scratch and Glitter Easter Eggs
These eggs combine two great ideas in one egg. My little guy just discovered scratch painting and loves it so this would be perfect for him to do. You can get the complete instructions at Blog Me Mom HERE.
Pretty as Flowers Ester Eggs
Using scrapbooking flowers these beautiful eggs are perfect for Easter decorating. You can find it at Martha Stewart’s website HERE.