Easter Egg Designs - Check out these creative, beautiful, and easy Easter Egg Designs and get inspired to make your own gorgeous out-of-the-box Easter eggs this year!
I don't know about you but we love to decorate Easter eggs each year... but... the same little cups of food coloring just start to get old.
Am I alone there?
Sometimes I just want something more creative and fun, or as in the case of the Galaxy Easter Eggs, something more sophisticated. Of course, my sweet girl loves the Frozen-inspired set, and what little minion wouldn't want some Minion eggs of his own?
Eggs for Crafting
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With the price of eggs so high, you might want to consider these wooden craft eggs instead this year.
They'll work just as well as real eggs, and you can reuse them next year!
Now if you're totally dying eggs, try these Easter Egg Dyed Potatoes from The Denver Housewife. That's not a typo - you can dye potatoes!
Easter Easter Egg Designs
This collection includes some pretty amazing Easter Egg Designs Ideas! These are all simple and creative ideas from some of my favorite bloggers. I hope you enjoy.
Glitter Easter Eggs Tutorial from Juggling Act Mama
DIY Dyed Robin’s Eggs from Honestly Yum
Frozen Easter Eggs from a Pumpkin and a Princess.
These designs are perfect for your little one that loves Elsa, Anna, and the Frozen movies.
You could customize them for other princesses Disney like Ariel, Cinderella, and Rapunzel, too.
Check out my frozen-inspired playdough, it makes a great alternative to candy for Frozen-lovers!
Tie Dye Easter Eggs from Juggling Act Mama.
Grab some food coloring and get ready to make the loveliest Easter eggs! You can use bold colors like we did here, or try pastels instead.
Mosaic Easter Eggs from Say Not Sweet Anne.
I love this different way to decorate Easter eggs. It's not hard, but it does seem a bit time-consuming!
Gold Leaf Easter Eggs from Juggling Act Mama.
These gorgeous and elegant eggs look like they belong in a museum!
Galaxy Easter Eggs from Julie Measures.
Here's a fun project that starts with wooden Easter eggs and acrylic paint. I love the little wooden egg cups, too!
Dyed Minion Eggs from a Pumpkin and a Princess
Galaxy Easter Egg Tutorial from Juggling Act Mama.
Here's another take on galaxy Easter eggs with vibrant colors and millions of 'stars.'
Floral Watercolor Easter Eggs from Dream a Little Bigger.
Believe it or not, these beautiful eggs are fake, and the painting is done with food coloring!
So creative, right?
Natural Dye Easter Eggs from Living on a Dime
Ukrainian Easter Eggs from Celebration Generation
Pysanky is a beautiful, intricate Ukrainian Easter Egg technique.
This Easy Pysanky tutorial is good for all ages, and requires no special skill or equipment!
Aren't they gorgeous?
Marbled Easter Eggs with Nail Polish from Fun Money Mom.
Creating marbled Easter eggs with nail polish can be a messy experience, but Lisa came up with an easier, and mess-free method!
More Egg Decorating Ideas
Here are even more fun and easy Easter egg design ideas:
- Yarn Easter Eggs from Modge Podge Rocks
- Washi Tape Easter Eggs from Your Home Based Mom
- Watercolor Easter Eggs from Oh My! Creative
- Shaving Cream Dyed Easter Eggs from Crafty Morning
Book Page Easter Egg Chicks from Juggling Act Mama.
I adore how these craft eggs came out with some old book pages, mod podge and paint.
Watercolor Easter Egg Painting Craft from Juggling Act Mama
This watercolor craft is something just about anyone can do!
More Easter Ideas
Want more Inspiration for Easter? Check out these ideas: