There are so many fun and great ideas for decorating Easter eggs and we can't resist trying out new products and decorating methods!
So we are going to explore different ideas, tools and different mediums to decorate your Easter eggs including pens, paints, glitters, sparkles, leafing, inks, stickers, tattoos, dyes, 3D paints, and so much more!
We love setting aside a quiet afternoon to play with different designs and decorate the day away in pure craft bliss. Especially if we get to share these awesome Easter egg decorating ideas with you.
It's hard not to fall in love with your Easter eggs once you are finished decorating them. We all do it, leave the room for a while and come back to check on how pretty they are again and again (all day long!).
We did that with the Easter egg tutorial we did for naturally dying the eggs with beets and drawing roses on them. They turned out so gorgeous! If you want to check out those Easter eggs for ideas, you can read that post here.
There's something extremely satisfying about decorating Easter eggs, and this is a craft that we look forward to all year. We've hatched up some great Easter egg decorating finds to help put a fun and fresh spin on your Easter egg decorating this year!
Have fun, let your imagination run wild, and be sure to check out some of our tutorials.
Try adding some glitter and shimmer to your Easter eggs with these Japanese made Wink Of Stella glitter brush pens. This set comes in 10 shades that will take your decorating to the next level!
These glimmer brush pens will leave a beautiful subtle shimmer to your Easter eggs. Beware, after using this set you will want to add shimmering accents to everything!
These dye-based inks are permanent and are very fast drying. When you use alcohol inks, you can spread the ink around using isopropyl alcohol. Because of the fast drying nature of the alcohol in the alcohol inks, the designs will leave whimsical lines all over your eggs where the alcohol quickly evaporated.
As you move the ink around, the edges will leave continual drying lines, like whisps of air.
There are some things to remember when using alcohol inks though: like that they are full pigment dyes so a little goes a long way. Also, be sure to use them with gloves to avoid staining.
You will also need blending solution or regular isopropyl alcohol that you can pick up at your local drug store. Check out some tutorials on YouTube on how to use alcohol inks if you have never tried them before.
Egg dyes for your Easter egg decorating ideas, but don't want to make your own from scratch this year. This natural egg dye kit is made with fruits, herbs, and veggies. It's 100% safe and non-toxic. Ingredients include pure, natural fruit & vegetable extracts (spinach, purple carrots, turmeric, beets, red cabbage, and blueberries).
The excellent reviews continue to pile up for these plant-based dyes for Easter eggs. Be sure to grab your pack before they sell out this year!
Create fun and unique designs by simply printing out your favorite pictures on temporary tattoo paper!! You can literally print out whatever you would like to embellish your Easter eggs. Have the kids design their own Easter egg tattoos, scan them and print them! Oh wow, the ideas are endless with this one.
There are tons of Etsy sellers that sell Easter egg design ideas specifically for decorating eggs too, so be sure to head over there to search out some Easter-specific ones if that is the look you are going for! You could also print out small words, quotes or names as well! How fun!
We first saw this product on Shark Tank and couldn't wait to share it as an Easter egg decorating idea! Such a cool and simple way to get your lines perfect.
This set comes with its own markers, but just think of the possibilities! I can totally see a basket of these in a color theme like all shades of purple with some yellow Easter egg grass in a basket on the table...
We know you crafty people will find all kinds of ways to use this egg decorating kit. This requires 4 AA batteries that you will need to purchase separately.
Did you just do a double take at that one? Did the ideas just jump at you? Because they sure did for us! Imagine, watercoloring your Easter eggs? What a great idea.
These Crayola Watercolor Pencils will do an amazing job on your Easter eggs.
We can't wait for you to try your hand at creating your own Easter egg designs with these watercolor pencils. This set comes in 24 vivid colors, and all you need is to add water to get beautiful effects.
This leafing pen is one of our favorite pens, and we think it would accent any Easter egg beautifully.
We chose the copper pen in this Easter egg idea post, but we think that any Krylon leafing pen would look absolutely gorgeous depending on the look you are trying to achieve. We did an unboxing and review of the gold Krylon Leafing Pen which you can watch right here to see how it looks!
The pigment of this rich and shiny copper pen looks great on top of darker colors and even on its own for creative doodles. We highly recommend a leafing pen to accent your Easter egg designs!
Add shimmer, color, and dimension to your Easter eggs with this pack of 3D paints by Scribbles. This set includes 20 jeweled toned paints that are nontoxic. Use them for cute dots and for border accents.
We are totally getting an Alice in Wonderland tea party vibe with these gorgeous stickers! These elegant French teacups will adorn your Easter eggs giving them such a pretty accent.
The delicate little teacups are so cute! I would totally get a natural straw basket and mix these Easter eggs in with a few real teacups and set it on my kitchen table!
These tea cup stickers also easily peel right off of the backing and are beautifully die cut.
If you are not obsessed with glitter, look away! This high-quality, extra fine, non-toxic glitter powder will add some super sparkle to your Easter eggs!!! This deluxe set comes in 28 varieties in a beautiful assortment of holographic, metallic and iridescent colors.
KittyKraft Extra Fine Glitter
Grab your craft glue and go glitter crazy! You can paint the glitter on your Easter eggs in designs with your paintbrush, or cover your egg with some glue, put it into a bag and shake away until it is absolutely draped in sparkly spring glitter colors! Adding a little sparkle never hurt anyone!
If you want to try your hand at painting your Easter eggs from scratch, you might like this pearlescent watercolor jewel box by Zig.
This set contains 12 beautiful pearlescent colors in a handy cd-style storage case.
This set will add a touch of shimmer to your Easter eggs and is great for painting florals!
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