Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
Use ingredients in your kitchen to decorate your eggs — like turmeric for a golden yellow or beets for a dark pink!
Want to know more about this eggciting tradition? “Cascarones” is derived from the Spanish word, cascara, which translates to “shell.”
When do eggs become eggceptional? When they’re marbled, of course! Follow these steps and tips to make marbled eggs.
Experiment with new color palettes and color combinations with these fun DIY modern, color-blocked Easter eggs!
Glitter makes eggs even more incredible. Follow these steps and tips to make eggspeggtacular glitter eggs!
Polka dots aren’t just for yellow bikinis. They look great on eggs too! Follow these steps and tips to make eggtastic polka dot eggs.
Decorating eggs with washi tape is fun and easy. Wrap the entire egg in tape, or cut the tape into creative shapes. And if you change your mind, you can easily remove and replace the tape.
Put your drawing skills to the test by decorating eggs with paint pens. Go big and paint the entire egg, or keep it simple with decorative written words. The egg is your canvas!
For a nighttime Easter egg hunt, decorate neon eggs that glow under a blacklight. The more you dip the eggs in neon dye, the more out-of-this-world the eggs will be!
Coloring & Activity Book
Join Eggy, Shelly & Friends for a fun day on the farm! The book features the following fun pages:
- Coloring Pages
- Egg Decorating
- Jokes & More Fun!
Interested in throwback egg decorating? See what The Incredible Egg worked with in the past:
Easter Egg Design ideas & tips from Novogratz’s
Easter Egg coloring & dyeing tips from Sabrina Soto
Fun Easter Egg craft ideas
If you plan to eat your decorated eggs, make sure to use only food-safe decorating materials. For more on Easter & Egg Safety.