Decorating eggs at Easter time has become a much loved and long-standing tradition in households all around the world. It’s colourful, it’s messy, and we all know that means fun.
To keep your little bunnies on their toes this Easter, we’ve found buckets of new ideas for you all to try at home.
Here are 16 ways for you and the fam to wow with eggs this Easter.
The Merry Thought show us that the green stuff is just as good inside as it is outside with their nature-inspired Easter eggs. Take your tribe on a morning nature trail, go hunting for moss then head home to get crafty!
Made for each other
Seriously cool and seriously cute – we’re head over heels for this egg-ceptional couple! Now, hop on over to Say Yes and design your very own Mr and Mrs just in time for Easter.
Dot to dot
Cool, colourful and chaos-free! This easy Easter activity from Domino is a kids (and mums!) dream. A basket of eggs and a selection of small coloured stickers are all you need to keep their creative minds and little fingers busy.
Googly eyes make everything better. FACT. Revamp a tray of eggs and turn your Easter guests into a giggling mess with this cracking idea from Oh Happy Day.
Anyone with a ‘craft drawer’ at home knows that a little bit of coloured tape goes a long way. Our fellow crafters at Living at Home show us just how easy and effective that roll of wonder can be!
Pretty as a picture
Delicate, detailed and dainty. These darling blue and white Easter eggs by Purely Katie are the perfect addition to a classically styled Easter table.
Going for gold
Bring a little bling to your Easter party with these egg-travagant eggs by Sugar and Charm. Any excuse to use a touch of gold leaf and we’re in!
Is there a fruit more fun than a pineapple? We didn’t think so. Pay homage to tropicana and funny-looking fruit with this refreshing box of eggs by Studio DIY.
Never used nail polish to marble before? Well now’s the time to try. Simply add a few drops of your favourite shade to a container of water and hey presto! This beautiful batch of Easter eggs by Alice & Lois are to-dye for.
Crazy for confetti
No parent’s baking cupboard is complete without a stash of 100’s and 1000’s. Take a leaf out of Domino’s book and simply dab your eggs with glue, then dip into colourful confectionary. Sweet!
An egg-cellent idea
When your kiddos are done being crafty, display their work with pride. Walk in Love have just the ticket with their easy Easter tree idea.
Give a nod to vintage style icons Cath Kidston and Laura Ashley with fancy floral decoupage. The simple yet stunning Easter tutorial can be found on Craft and Creativity.
You’ll need a little patience for this one, but trust us, the end result is worth it. The ladies over at Sugar and Charm show us how to make and mosaic with a cool Easter twist.
Pitter, patter, splat.
It’s time for your inner-artist (and the paint) to get a little wild. Paint splattered eggs done just right by Made by Molu. Now it’s your turn – Ready, steady, SPLAT.
Just say it
Positivity is power, and the clever cats at Walk in Love have gone above and beyond with their collection of inspirational Easter eggs. Doodle to your hearts content or script your favourite affirmations. We love!
Do it with dust
Did someone say dust? Yes we did! Edible cake dust comes in mighty handy when creating these cracking pops of colour. Brighten up your Easter table with this blazing idea from Domino!
For more Easter egg decorating ideas read our other article 18 bright and cheerful Easter eggs.