1. Easter Egg Pipe-Cleaner
Bunnies: This simple Easter egg craft is sure to have your kids oohing and
ahhing. Simply dye your hardboiled eggs as usual. Once dry, wrap a pipe cleaner
around it and create bunny ears at the top. Then draw a cute face with a
Sharpie. Easy-peasy. Get the how-to at Handmade by Kelly.
2. Minion Easter
Eggs: Kids are crazy about the minions. This year decorate your eggs to
look like the loveable characters. Dye the eggs so half is yellow and half is
blue. Then decorate with googly eyes and a Sharpie. Get the how-to at A Pumpkin and
3. Floral Wreath Egg
Babies: Check out these eggs! You don't even have to dye them! Create the
wreath by twisting babies' breath flowers around floral wire. Then draw a Sharpie
marker face on the egg. Get the how-to at Flax and Twine.
4. Monster Eggs:
Who says Easter has to be all cute with sweet little bunnies? Let the kids go
wild with their creativity with these monster eggs. Dye the eggs according to
the dye box. Once dry, decorate with googly eyes and a Sharpie marker. Get the
how-to at Artzy Creations.
5. Black and White
Eggs: This project is great for older kids who are too cool to dye
eggs anymore. Give 'em a Sharpie and let them go at it. Get the how-to at
Eggs: Go on a nature hike with your kids and have them pick clippings from
their favorite plants and flowers. Simply tie some twine around your brown
(undyed) egg. This is a perfect project for Easter itself. Get the how-to at A
7. Colorful Drawn Eggs: Forgo the dye all together, and draw cute bunnies, chicks and designs on
the eggs using Sharpies. Get the how-to at Mom.me.
8. Dotted Silhouette
Eggs: Your kids are guaranteed to hop all over this egg idea. Get some
bunny stickers from the craft store and place them into an egg. Take a marker
and simply dot it around the shapes. Once done, peel off the sticker. Get the
how-to at Cutesy Crafts.
9. Painted Eggs: These
adorable eggs are a must-try. You can go for the black and white scheme or you
can experiment with color. Paint your hard-boiled eggs black and then paint
small white brush strokes on the eggs. Then do the opposite, leaving the
eggs white with painted black brush strokes. Get the how-to at Sarah Hearts.
10. Glitter Easter
Eggs: Holidays aren't holidays if there isn't glitter and crafting
involved. Create polka dots, stripes or squiggly lines on your eggs with glue
and then sprinkle on your glitter. Get the how-to at Lil' Luna.