Easter Egg decorating has come a long way in recent years. Gone are the days of food coloring and vinegar water. There is no end to the unique ways you can decorate Easter Eggs and not just for hiding. Decorating Easter Eggs in now a part of Spring décor and for good reason.
Pastel decorated Easter Eggs still remain close to the hearts of many but the creative manners in which to achieve those colors is limited only by imaginations.
Coloring Easter eggs is downright fun for children and those of us who remain a child at heart. When we turn on our creative juices, there is no telling the spectrum of colors your eggs can parade around in.
Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
Who would have ever thought you could us an old silk tie to make a vibrant designed Easter Egg! It looks as if an artist painstakingly painted over them a period of hours or days. I decorated the above eggs with silk ties way back in 2012 before I ever even started this blog and I dug up the tutorial I used to share in the list below.
This list of ways to decorate Easter eggs includes both real and fake eggs. Some of the colors, the pastels, may look similar but the way to dye the eggs is very different. No egg dye kits are used in this collection, creative fun is what you will find here.
Gilded Easter Eggs are gorgeous and keep in mind you can use fake eggs for home décor you can use again and again.
Some of the cool egg designs include those adorable Hello Kitty eggs and the Pokemon eggs the kids will enjoy hunting.
Egg decorating ideas for adultsare included like the shabby chic Easter eggs used for home décor and the blue and white hand drawn Easter eggs, those adorable decoupage eggs and please don’t miss the paper flower covered egg because it’s drop dead gorgeous.
Naturally dyed eggs and botanical eggs are included.
Toddlers can color eggs using the Rice Egg Dye tutorial which is also a sensory activity.
Unique Ways To Decorate Easter Eggs
Clever and unique ways to dye Easter Eggs. Creative ideas for decorating Easter eggs, both fake eggs and the real ones.
Make your own Blue and White Easter Eggs to match your decor. Mine have a bit of a Chinoiserie or Blue Willow flair. You can whip out a half dozen of these gorgeous DIY Easter Eggs while watching a movie.
You can decoupage Easter Eggs with scrapbook paper, photos, napkins, flower petals or any other thin paper-like material. You can also dress up your eggs with ribbon, lace or bling or put them on candlesticks surrounded by Easter decor.
If you don’t have a colorful dye kit but still want to decorate some last-minute eggs for Easter, then simply raid your office supplies drawer for some highlighters and markers for a quick and easy way to add some color to your eggs! How cute are these Highlighter Easter Eggs?
If you or your child loves Hello Kitty these hard boiled Easter eggs will fit right in! These Hello Kitty Easter eggs are a fun and easy way to dress up Easter. Step out of the classic dyed eggs and give these designed eggs a try!
Pull out those plastic Easter Eggs and your vinyl scraps and lets decorate some Easter Eggs. Decorating plastic eggs is a fun and affordable way to make Easter Eggstraspecail! This is how I made some Cricut Easter eggs for the kids.