12 Egg Decorating Ideas for the Kids

Easter is just around the corner! It is almost two weeks away. I just can’t wait for April 21st to roll around because I love celebrating Easter!

One of my favorite things to do is dye eggs. You don’t just have to use the basic color dye kits from the store. In fact, your kids can make awesome looking eggs this Easter!

There are certainly many clever and creative ways for egg-decorating. So I thought I would share some of these awesome ideas I’ve found over the last week or so.

Here are 12 egg decorating ideas for the kids!

Barn Animals idea from Look What I Made

These barn animals are too cute!

Glitter Easter Eggs idea from The Girl Inspired

Add a bit of sparkle to your celebration.

DIY Confetti Dipped Eggs idea from Studio DIY

A bit of gold to pastel colored  eggs  are refreshing.

DIY Marbled Eggs idea from Alice and Lois

The end result of these marbled eggs are amazing.

Kool-Aid Dyed Eggs idea from Freutcake

Using kool-aid is an easy and simple way to decorate eggs!

Metallic Easter Egg DIY idea from Delineate Your Dwelling

All you need is spray paint and chalk markers to make these nifty eggs.

Eomji Inspired Eggs idea from Studio DIY

Express yourself with a fun emoji dyed egg.

Nail Polish Eggs idea from Mom.Me

Perfect for those nail polishes you aren’t going to use again!

Glow in the Dark Egg Dying idea from Growing A Jeweled Rose

The kids will love these glow in the dark eggs.

Shaving Cream Dyed Easter Eggs idea from Crafty Morning

You just need two ingredients: shaving cream and food coloring.

Dyed Minion Easter Eggs idea from A Pumpkin and A Princess

These googly-eyed minions are too cute!

Ninja Turtle Dyed Easter Eggs idea from A Pumpkin and A Princess

Your teenage-mutant ninja turtle lover will enjoy making these little guys.

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