Shaving Cream Eggs
Kids will love the gorgeous galaxy swirl effect created by shaving cream in whatever colors they like.
Cactus Houseplant Eggs
How lovely are these fresh cactus houseplant eggs? You can also display these in your house before and after Easter.
Flamingo and Swan Eggs
Trendy pink flamingo and pure white swan will capture girls’ heart! Who came first, the bird or the egg?
Nail Polish Eggs
How to make irregular cool marble eggs? Just swirl your favorite nail polish hue into the water and dip eggs in!
Stick your favorite letter on the egg, spray paint it in gold and then peel the letter off. That’s it!
Disco Ball Eggs
Let eggs dance In the disco ball! Coat the base of eggs with glue and then dip this side into fine or chunky glitter.
Geometric Tape Eggs
Now you’ve got nail polish eggs and glittery eggs down. Try to cut color metallic tapes with geometric shapes and then adhere them to the eggs.
The only tool you need is a black marking pen! With it, you can create whatever bold pattern you like.
Pantone Capsule Eggs
Stand these boiled eggs by vertically in small cups of dye. Then, print corresponding color labels on them.
Flower Crown Eggs
A no-dye option, draw eyes, nose, and mouth on eggs and let them wear boho flower crown.
Pink and Yellow Eggs
Pink and yellow go really well with each other on the white background. Dots, animals or any other pattern with these two colors are super cute.
Family Photo Eggs
Display your favorite family photo on your eggs. This way is much more festive and sweet.
Love emoji? Draw them on your eggs! This 21st-century craft must be eye-catching.
Fruit and Veggie Eggs
Have a fruit and veggie feast! You need paint, green cardstock, green tissue paper and a black to make them.
Having finished fruit and veggie feast, let’s try to make stereo cutesy animals! Cut features out of decorative papers and glue them onto the eggs.