For the past several years, my kids have done the usual dip & dye egg decorating. Unfortunately, now that my kids are teens, this method of egg decorating has lost its excitement and I have to think of ways to make old traditions new again. If you’re in the same boat and are looking for different ways to decorate Easter eggs, you’re in the right place because I’m sharing a round-up of 15 Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs that doesn’t involve any egg dyes.
15 Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs
Liquid Pearl Eggs @Little Miss Celebration
Cindy over at Little Miss Celebration shares her egg decorating technique to give eggs dimension and a modern metallic look with pearlescent dimensional paint. Plus, if you scroll to the bottom of the post, she shares even more creative egg decorating ideas.
Golden Easter Eggs @Across the Blvd
Gloria and Beverly from Across the Blvd created glamorous Golden Easter Eggs using just three craft items. Super simple, yet so very elegant.
No Sew Fabric Patch Easter Eggs @Pillar Box Blue
Claire at Pillar Box Blue kept things simple by using adhesive backed fabric to decorate her Easter Eggs.
DIY Carrot Easter Eggs @DIY Inspired
Dinah from DIY Inspired uses orange plastic eggs and green pipe cleaners to create her DIY Carrot Easter Eggs. Super cute!
Decorating Easter Eggs with Dots and Glitter @Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body
Love sparkle? Tasha from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body shares a super easy way to make glitter polka dot Easter eggs… it’s genius!
Marbled Easter Eggs & Baking Tin Nest @Kreativ K
Katrin from Kreativ K has an egg coloring technique that all teen girls will love! She uses nail polish to create her marbled Easter eggs. Wouldn’t it be fun to add nail polish to a teen girl’s gift baskets and then color eggs?!
A Nest for my Rustic Eggs @The Boondocks Blog
I love the look of Mary’s rustic eggs. She used the eggs natural color and enhanced it with chalk paint and a marker.
Egg Succulent Spring Centerpiece @One More Time
Who says an egg needs to be colored? Tammy from One More Time used eggs as the base for her succulent centerpiece. I love that this look can be displayed all spring long.
Upcycle Chalkboard Easter Eggs @Everyday Savvy
Drowning in plastic eggs from years past? These chalkboard Easter eggs from Melissa at Everyday Savvy are the perfect way to upcycle last year’s eggs and create a fun canvas to decorate with chalk.
Elegant Easter Eggs @My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies
Laurie from My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies created eggs that look good enough to eat. Hop over to her blog and see how she created these frosted eggs.
Foil Easter Eggs @Suzy’s Artsy-Craftsy Sitcom
This foil egg decorating technique from Suzy’s Artsy-Craftsy Sitcom is a smart way to reuse old plastic eggs. All you need is foil, paint, and some creativity!
Color Blocked Easter Eggs @Simply Designing
Like a clean modern look? Ashley from Simply Designing shares her modern take on Easter egg painting. And the best part….no need to boil any eggs!
Fun Face Easter Eggs @Sum of their Stories
I LOVE these Fun Face Easter Eggs from Julie at Sum of their Stories. I know my kids would love to decorate with candy and eat their Easter egg creations.
Patterned Easter Eggs @Craft Thyme
Brianna from Craft Thyme created patterned Easter eggs with colored pens. She made her designs without any pattern and so can you!
Moss & Twine Easter Eggs @My Pinterventures
I’m tooting my own horn here, but if you missed my moss & twine Easter egg post, pop over and see how to make these rustic Easter eggs.
I hope you enjoyed these creative ideas that will surely take your Easter egg decorating to the next level.
How will you be decorating your Easter eggs this year?