10 Fun Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

10 Fun Ways to Decorate Easter EggsEaster eggs, the pumpkin of the spring, don’t you think?! While I don’t necessarily do anything celebrate Easter (unless you count buying the candy the day after once it’s on clearance a celebration), I love seeing all the fun and unique ways people come up with to decorate eggs. If you’re getting together to make some of your own this weekend, here are ten ideas to help you get your creative juices flowing!

10 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs1. Monogrammed Eggs by Sarah Hearts

10 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs2. Botanical Easter Eggs by The House That Lars Built

10 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs3. Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs by The Crafted Life

10 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs4. Paint Splatter Eggs by Bre Purposed

10 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs5. Typography Easter Eggs by Lovely Indeed Continue reading…

DIY Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs

Learn how to make these temporary tattoo Easter Eggs in 10 minutes!Because you guys loved these temporary tattoo ornaments as much as I did, I decided to make an Easter version! And since these will be on perishable eggs, you can skip the decoupaging (which means you can make a whole dozen within 10 minutes). That way you can spend more time on more important things, like watching peeps blow up in the microwave and seeing how many cadbury eggs you can eat in a sitting. Now, to the how-to:

Time: 10 minutes
Materials: temporary tattoos, eggs

Learn how to make these temporary tattoo Easter Eggs in 10 minutes!Keep in mind when picking our your tattoos, that the smaller the design, the smoother it will apply to your egg.

Learn how to make these temporary tattoo Easter Eggs in 10 minutes!Make sure your egg is completely dry. Peel plastic from tattoo and place design. Apply wet sponge or towel on the back for 30-45 seconds with light pressure.

Start in the corner, make sure the design stuck, and remove the backing. Let dry and you’re all done!

Learn how to make these temporary tattoo Easter Eggs in 10 minutes!So fun, right?! There are so many temporary tattoo designs available today that you can even have a theme to your eggs (I chose sweets, naturally).

Learn how to make these temporary tattoo Easter Eggs in 10 minutes!

How to Make Ombre Easter Eggs

Time: 25 minutes + dry time
Materials: Eggs, spray paint, egg carton

How to Make Ombre Easter EggsI have pretty found memories of Easter as a kid. Mainly, I got to wear a new dress and play games that always resulted in winning candy. Call me crazy, but that still sounds pretty amazing. Although I don’t really do anything as an adult, I still wanted to decorate some eggs this year! And what better way than with some fresh and bright colors for spring?

How to Make Ombre Easter EggsYou’ll want to prep your eggs before painting. Not sure how, here’s a pretty helpful tutorial.

How to Make Ombre Easter EggsPlace your eggs back in the carton, with the larger end (bottom) facing up. Give a quick spray, just enough to coat the bottom and speckle up the sides a bit. If you spray too much, the paint will drip down the side of your egg, taking away from the ombre effect.

Bada bing, that’s it!

How to Make Ombre Easter EggsSo what do you think? Will you be decorating eggs this year or just partaking in the occasional Cadbury eggs or two?

How to Make Ombre Easter Eggs

How to Make Ombre Easter Eggs