It’s that time of year for Easter crafts and what better way to get your house ready for Easter than with some egg decorating. You can use hollowed out or hard boiled eggs, but by using wooden eggs, you can keep your designs for next year too.
These painted Easter eggs by Amber Davenport are beyond stunning. Use acrylic paints to decorate wooden eggs with a floral design and you can bring them out year after year.
If you’re not sure about painting flowers yourself, then why not try some napkin decoupage instead. These eggs from Sweet Pea are made using floral napkins and glue – no painting necessary.
This marbled design from BHG is very simple but super effective.
How about using a similar marbling effect by Alice and Lois to create these ‘out-of-this-world’ galaxy inspired eggs.
I love the idea of using temporary tattoos on eggs as the design possibilities are endless. This tutorial from Oh Happy Day even includes a printable for you to make your own calligraphy temporary tattoos to adhere to your eggs.
These beautiful blue eggs from Honestly Yum are made by dying white eggs in red cabbage water! They go into purple water, but dry blue, and then you can add speckles for that lovely robin egg effect.
These bunny & unicorn eggs from Hobbycraft are so cute and they’re even wearing little flower crowns!
If you’d prefer to eat your eggs after decorating them, then why not make some edible decorations (and eggs). These egg shaped biscuits by Ahead of Thyme are decorated with icing to look like a beautifully decorated Easter egg.
If you’re more of a cake person, then give these Easter egg cake pops from Good Housekeeping a try instead. Use them as a decoration for your Easter table and then eat them for dessert.
Emma is an English teacher who travels a lot. Adventuring around the world is her passion, with Japan being one of her favourite destinations. She loves baking, photography, sweet treats, and all things Disney. If Emma was a Pokémon, she’d definitely be a Pikachu.