Four fun ways to decorate easter eggs

Decorating eggs at Easter is my idea of a good time. Also, eating chocolate. But that goes without saying. Here are four fun ways of decorating we’ve tried (the eggs below are all ours) and links to the how-to’s. Hop to it and have fun! 

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1. A Subtle Revelry‘s painted polka dot eggs kept my 6- and 8-year-olds busy for a good half hour, without any tears of frustration. (Win win!)

2. Obsessed with all things pineapple so naturally, pineapple easter eggs. (Thanks for the idea, Brit + Co!)

3. Sarah Gunn at Canadian Living made the cutest strawberry eggs, and I just had to try them. I think these are my favourite this year.

4. And traditional dyed eggs in wee nests from the dollar store. I dripped a few drops of gel food colouring on the eggs and spread it all around with my hands, then wiped it off with a paper towel to get the slight variations in colour. Makes a cute table setting! (And yes, my hands were blue for a while.)

How are you decorating eggs this Easter?

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Great pictures, my dear!!!

  2. cassidl says:

    these look wonderful, love the strawberries

  3. You are so skilled and inspiring! I wish I had a steady enough hand and the incredible patience to do these. I will try to make Easter eggs with my kids, they will probably be tie-dyed or rainbow coloured!! hehe. Love these ideas!!

  4. Jo-Anne Pfoh says:

    these are extraordinary well done .. i expect nothing less lol

    1. LOL What if I’ve peaked, Jo? All downhill from here 🙂

  5. Idle Emma says:

    They’re all so cute!

    1. Thank you Emma! 🙂

  6. Phyllis Anderson says:

    How beautiful and artistic. Love the eggs as much as the photography (and the new image of the author… very Hepburnish)

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