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8 Creative Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

Mix it up, try something new, start a new tradition. You can skip doing just straight egg dying this year and try one of these 8 creative Easter egg decorating ideas to get you started! Like using temporary tattoos, rubber bands, or even aluminum foil to uniquely decorate your Easter eggs.

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8 Creative Easter Egg Decorating Ideas


Rubber Band Easter Eggs | Simply Sassy
This tutorial uses rubber bands to create neat white lines.

Easy Tissue Paper Easter Eggs | Thrifty DIY Diva
Tissue paper is an inexpensive (and dye free) way to decorate!


Silk Tie Easter Eggs | Family Food and Travel
Silk ties can make gorgeous, vibrant prints.

Decorate Easter Eggs with Temporary Tattoos

Easter Egg Decorating with Tattoos | A Mom’s Take
Take dying to the next step with temporary tattoos.

Napkin Decoupage Eggs | Red Ted Art
Use party napkins for unique Easter eggs decorating.


How to Make Tie Dye Easter Eggs | Amanda’s Cookin
Mix and match colors for a tie dye look.

Making Speckled Easter Eggs | Bloomi
Add speckles and texture to your Easter eggs.


Foil covered Easter Eggs | Suzy’s Sitcom
Goodbye dye, try using foil instead.

When you’ve finished decorating your Easter Eggs, try these 15 Fun Easter Treat Recipes for Kids. Or, start thinking about how you are going to fill your plastic Easter Eggs with our 50 Easter Egg Filler ideas to get you thinking!

What are your creative ideas for Easter egg decorating?

Laura J

Monday 30th of March 2015

Oh they are all such adorable ideas! We have always just done the plain eggs dyed. LOL....I know boring!!! I LOVE the Rubber Band Easter Eggs!!! I would love to do those this year! What a fun idea....and we can still dye them!


Wednesday 25th of March 2015

Awesome ideas. I love these types of egg decoration ideas

JR FrugalMom

Tuesday 24th of March 2015

These are so cute. I especially love the rubber band ones and the foil ones.

Melissa Pezza

Tuesday 24th of March 2015

Those look amazing! These are so much better than plain old dyed eggs. They're beautiful.


Tuesday 24th of March 2015

I like the idea displaying them in a large vase. Don't have to worry about them falling out of the basket!

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