5 Easter Egg DIYs

APR 4, 2014 updated Dec 16, 2021

While I certainly don’t need an excuse to get crafty, every holiday provides its own unique project inspiration. Easter’s traditional egg dyeing craft is perfect for shaking up and DIYing in new ways! Check out these colorful and creative ways to decorate your Easter eggs this year!

Marbled Easter Eggs

 MARBLE Easter eggs using nail polish.

Glitter filled Easter eggs

 CREATE glitter filled eggs!

Geometric washi eggs

 STICK washi tape cut in to geometric shapes on your Easter eggs.

Jumbo eggs

STAMP gold polka dots on jumbo eggs!

DIY Confetti Dipped Easter Eggs

MAKE confetti dipped Easter eggs!

BONUS– because this project is just too beautiful not to include!

Gold leaf egg

ADD a little something shiny to your Easter decor with gold leaf!

How are you decorating your Easter eggs this year?

+Allie

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