April 13, 2014Holly Sosa
Thanks to Pinterest, we all have access to creative minds who share their Easter egg masterpiece with the Internet world. I love grabbing inspiration from fellow mothers, bloggers, & creatives. Today, I’m sharing 15 fabulously creative ways to decorate your Easter eggs this year.
15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

These glow in the dark eggs by Growing a Jeweled Rose are super rad. This would be a great way to entice my non-crafty boys to decorate eggs with us.

Lovely Indeed created these fun geometric Easter eggs with washi tap. She’s talkin’ my language with that washi tape!

@HideUrFeathers tweeted this photo of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle eggs that my dudes would go ga-ga over.

I’m obsessed with Oh Happy Day’s confetti eggs. These would be super fun to play with after you fill them.

I just cannot with these floral wreath crowned eggs by Flax & Twine. Must do.

Studio DIY’s confetti dipped Easter eggs are fabulous & fun. I love the party feel these eggs give me!

Oh Happy Day’s calligraphed eggs are elegant & simple.

A white paint pen is all you need to recreate Joy Ever After’s stunning Easter eggs.

I love these temporary tattoo Easter eggs that Uncommon Designs created. These are simple, easy, & have beautiful results.

LRF’s paper napkin decorated Easter eggs create so many possibilities! These eggs are stunning!

These color by number Easter eggs created by No Time for Flash Cards are genius! A fantastic way to get your kids learning their numbers & having fun while doing it! They don’t even realize they’re learning.

A Thrifty Mom shares how to create these swirly Easter eggs using shaving cream.

These Kool-Aid Easter eggs by Totally the Bomb.com are vibrant & super fun for your kiddos.

Ha! I can’t get over these funny carrot eggs from A Night Owl. These would be a fun party favor!

Grab a few Sharpies & some crayons to get creative with my own take on Easter eggs featured here on Our Holly Days.

For more Easter inspiration, including crafts, decoration ideas, printables, & more, follow my Easter board on Pinterest.


  • chelsea beeswax

    April 13, 2014 at 6:38 PM

    confession: i have never dyed eggs with isa because i hate dying eggs. i also hate easter baskets. but i think this year i`m going to – she isn`t going to be the egg-dying age forever!

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