Rather than the box of dye and shrink wrap decorations and stickers, try something different for your Easter eggs this year.
Follow the links to get the tutorial on how to make these creative Easter eggs.
Sharpie Dyed Easter Eggs // Housing a Forest
What makes these more fun is using an eye dropper to make the rubbing alcohol all drippy… feels like a science experiment.
Black & White Eggs // Obviously Sweet
While we’re on the subject of Sharpie eggs, these doodles look super modern yet fun with nothing but a black sharpie.
Temporary Tattoo Eggs // Brit + Co.
I love Brit + Co and I’m annoyed with myself for not having thought of these.
Temporary tattoos as instant Easter Eggs. Duh. You can pick up cheap tattoos at the craft store in lots of fun designs.
Ukrainian Eggs Made Simple // Design Sponge
Alright… Compared to the temporary tattoos and sharpie eggs, these are a little more advanced. They did have beautiful results though.
Easter Egg People // Mr. Printables
Check out these little guys!! So cute! Might be too tempting to play with them…
Stamped Easter Eggs // Lovely Indeed
She gets these beautiful colors using regular old Paas egg dye.
I think I need that stamp.
Gold Leaf Marbled Eggs // She Knows
The gold leaf part is definitely a mom or older kid task, but younger kids can do the original dye job.
Confetti Eggs // She Makes a Home
If it’s a confetti something, chances are I like it.I also like how impossible this one is to mess up.
Translucent Glitter Eggs // Bliss Bloom Blog
Epsom salt, glue and plastic eggs make this a cheap & easy (but still pretty) Easter Egg.
Sprinkle Easter Eggs // Studio DIY
While we’re dipping our eggs, these sprinkle Easter eggs look good enough to eat! (Uh, but don’t)
… All those eggs leave you with left over egg cartons? Check out these egg carton crafts!