10 Fun and Unique Easter Egg Decorations

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Easter Egg Decorations

There’s nothing more quintessentially spring than decorating Easter eggs. While you might be used to the classic egg dying kits with the tiny color tablets and wire egg holders, you can take your egg dying to the next level with some unique Easter egg decorations. Instead of sticking to the traditional dip-dyed eggs, you can try new ideas such as pressed flowers, mosaic tiles, gold-fold accents, or cleverly styled eggs.

Most of these Easter egg decoration ideas are easy enough for young kids to complete, but some require a little more adult finesse (such as the mosaic tiles). Either way, the whole family will have a lot of fun creating these fun and unique Easter egg decorations as part of Easter celebrations.

How to Decorate Easter Eggs

First, take a few moments to learn how to dye eggs without a kit. You can use these brightly colored eggs to create some of our unique creations below or leave them as-is. You’ll just need some hard-boiled eggs, liquid food coloring, vinegar.  Mix one-half a cup boiling water with a teaspoon vinegar and 10 to 20 drops of food coloring in a cup. Repeat the process for each color you wish to create. Next, immerse your hard-boiled eggs in the dye for five minutes. Remove the eggs from the dye with a slotted spoon or wire egg holder. Place them back in the egg carton to completely dry.

To make your family Easter celebration even more special, don’t forget to grab an Edible® Arrangement. Our Delicious Daisy® With Confetti Berries includes strawberries dipped in white chocolate and topped with rainbow sprinkles, pineapple daisies, honeydew, canteloupe, and strawberries. Or, try our Chocolate Dessert & Cheesecake Platter filled with strawberries, Bavarian pretzels, graham crackers, and sandwich cookies, all covered in decadent chocolate.

Top 10 Easter Egg Decoration Ideas

If you’re looking to step away from the dying kits this year, consider one of these DIY projects. Here are ten amazing Easter egg decoration ideas:

1. Ice Cream Easter Eggs

Ice Cream Cone Easter Eggs

Turn your eggs into a hot fudge sundae with this fun DIY. THey’re made with real ice cream cones, hot fudge, sprinkles, and cherries. Place the egg on top of the ice cream cones and decorate your “sundae” just like your normally would for a brand new take on Easter eggs.

2. Tie Dye Easter Eggs

Tie Die Easter Eggs

Though they’re messy to make, these tie-dye eggs look amazing with blotches of different colors. To make them, you simply need a cheesecloth, liquid food coloring, and a spray bottle filled with water.

3. Easy Patterned Easter Eggs

Easy Patterned Easter Eggs

You can make these fun patterned eggs quickly and easily. Just dye eggs as usual, then wrap an adhesive stencil around your egg, and use a foam brush to gently apply some acrylic craft paint.

4. Easy DIY Glitter Eggs

Easy DIY Glitter Eggs

These beautiful glitter eggs will make a big impression in the Easter basket. They require just a few simple ingredients: hard-boiled eggs, acrylic paint, brush, glitter, and Mod Podge.

5. Gumball Machine Eggs

Gumball Machine Eggs

Turn your Easter Eggs into a fun gumball machine the kids will love. Just use permanent markers to draw gumballs on your eggs then construct the gumball stand using red construction paper.

6. Farm Animal Chalk Painted Easter Eggs

Farm Animal Chalk Painted Easter Eggs

Turn your eggs into delightful farm animals with this fun DIY. You just need some pink paint, buttons for noses, and pink petals for the ears and tail. You can also use your imagination to create other adorable animals. The options are endless.

7. DIY Gold Leaf Easter Eggs

DIY Gold Leaf Easter Eggs

Transform your eggs into golden creations that exude elegance. They’re made with acrylic paint, gold leaf (available at most craft stores), Mod Podge, and a foam brush for even application.

8. Pom Pom Easter Eggs

Pom Pom Easter Eggs

These delightful creations are just so adorable. You simply need hard-boiled eggs, pom poms, and craft glue. This colorfully whimsical idea is easy and fun for kids and adults alike.

9. Mosaic Easter Eggs

Mosaic Easter Eggs

These beautiful mosaic Easter eggs are made with broken eggshells glued onto the egg using Elmer’s glue and toothpicks to ensure you find the perfect location for each piece. Not only is the end result simply stunning, but they’re also fun to create.

10. Pressed Flower Easter Eggs

Pressed Flower Easter Eggs

These Easter eggs look so beautiful, you’ll never want to crack and eat them. You simply need pressed flowers, which you can even buy online, some Mod Podge, and hard-boiled eggs.

This year, take a break from the boxed kits and get the family together for some fun trying new and unique ways to decorate your Easter eggs this season. Your Easter decorations just got a whole lot more fun.