Will you be getting your Easter egg on this year? If you’re tired of the same old Easter egg dyeing kits from the store, we’ve rounded up eight totally fun, fresh ideas to get your egg game on point! And the best part is that lots of them can be made with supplies you have already around the house, so you might not even need that pesky egg dye anyway!
Super Saturated Eggs If you like lots of color, try using fabric dye instead of your traditional egg dye. This project isn’t food safe like regular egg dye but it results in some of the most brilliantly colored Easter eggs around!
Fresh Flower Polka Dot Eggs Grab some tiny flowers and a little glue, and put some floral polka dots on your eggs! These look so fresh and springy, and would be perfect for a centerpiece on your Easter table.
Confetti Dipped Easter Eggs This little project could be a perfect one to combine with your usual egg dyeing kits. Dye your eggs, let them dry, and then dip them into some glittery confetti to add a fun punch.
Sharpie Patterned Eggs As it turns out, a Sharpie makes a great tool for egg decorating! Dream up some patterns and start drawing. For this one, it’s best to have a couple of different widths of Sharpie pen — one for more intricate designs and one for covering large areas.
Washi Tape Easter Eggs Washi tape is everywhere these days – so put it on your eggs, too! Snip up some different shapes of washi tape and apply them to your eggs. It’s as simple as that! This one would be perfect to do with the kiddos.
Swan Easter Eggs This little Easter egg disguise cracks me up (no pun intended)! Check out the tutorial to find out how to make your eggs into swans. Psst – there are also instructions to make your eggs into flamingos!
Graffiti Eggs These colorful graffiti-inspired eggs are too pretty to pass up! Craft paint and metallic paint pens combine to make abstract eggs that are beyond cool.
Gold Leaf Easter Eggs Want the goose that laid the golden egg? Just make your own! Gold leaf looks gorgeous on eggs with or without dye. The gold pop is so pretty and you’ll have the fanciest eggs at the Easter egg hunt!