Easter eggs don’t have to be boring. You don’t have to buy a kit and just dunk the eggs in the dye for a certain amount of time. You can but sometimes you just want to break outside of that box. Today i’m going to share with you these creative Easter Egg ideas for all ages.
Seriously can these Cactus Easter Eggs from Delia Creates get any cute? These are the perfect gift for coworkers or friends that might be too old to hunt eggs but still need that smile brought to their face when they receive cute Easter eggs.
If a more natural approach is your style, check out these DIY Dyed Robin Egg Tutorial by Honestly Yum. They look lovely and who can resist that? Add them to a rustic table display and your Easter dinner will be the talk of the town.
Of course if you like a more modern hue of life than try out these Pantone Easter Eggs from How About Orange. They’re easier than you think and she got creative by using printable tattoo paper for the letters. Click over for more directions on how to make them.
Chalkboard Easter Eggs from Oleander and Palm – We actually made chalkboard Easter eggs last year and my kids loved them a lot more than I thought they would! They loved the fact that they could keep changing the messages and names on the eggs right up until it came time to hide them!
I love these and I can’t believe how bright the colors are! Hop over to Hello Glow to see how she made these Marbled Easter Eggs using something you usually reserve for your feet and hands. These would be a great project for a teenage girl or laughing and very loud group of girls!
If you have a vinyl cutting machine or a huge stash of tiny letter stickers, you can make these Typography Easter Eggs from Lovely Indeed. I love the quirky sayings and I just want to keep rapping along with “I said a hip, hop”.
There’s several creative Easter egg ideas to get you going this Easter week!
Click over to those blogger’s sites to leave them a nice comment and get the full tutorials.