Simply dunking Easter eggs in coloured dye is passé. This Easter, take egg decorating to a whole new level with some creative ideas that are not only easy but enjoyable too. Great for adults and children alike, your eggs are surely going to stand out for the Easter bunny!
Kids love stick-on tattoos, but not more than pasting them all over your home, using it like their own canvas. How about re-channeling their creative energy onto tatting-up an Easter egg? Easy, guidance-free and with a whole bunch of designs and favourite animated characters to play with, your kids are going to have a blast.
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There’s no better way to express creativity than good ‘ol chalk. Coat the room temperature egg with a layer (or two) of blackboard paint and let the fun begin. What’s great about this is that your children can wash the surface and draw again, leaving more room for different drawing ideas.
Check out MagPaint to buy a can of blackboard paint.
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Don’t want kids to create a mess? This fuss-free idea is perfect for keeping things clean and getting your kids in tune with nature. You could use dried flowers, buy fresh flowers or pick up fallen twigs, leaves and flowers near your home and use it decorate your egg. Using sprigs of fresh herbs will be equally beautiful and reusable too. All you need us a string to tie all together! This idea is fresh, whimsical and easy.
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Now who doesn’t like a little bling in their lives? This snazzy idea is great to add a modern pop to your dyed eggs. All you have to do is colour your eggs the old school way in your favourite colours. Once dried, apply a bit of Vaseline or another layer of paint only at the bottom half of the egg. Dip that part in glitter and voila! Sparkly eggs that’ll be brighten up your day.
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This one’s for the hipster in you…and your kid. Dye the eggs in a rainbow of colours, let it dry and then sketch-on the coolest moustache you can think of. It’s quirky and easy and fun for everyone.
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