Decorating Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter eggs is fun for kids of all ages and adults too. Instead of just dipping the eggs in solid colors there are many other things that you can do to make the eggs stand out, and to add some extra fun and creativity to this enjoyable family pastime. It’s also fun to decorate eggs beyond the ones that you get in the dairies section at the store, you can also decorate chocolate eggs, cake eggs, plastic or ceramic eggs, paper eggs and more.
 Scrap Booking Supplies

There are many scrap booking supplies that will come in handy when you’re decorating your eggs. Using items like ribbons around the eggs, stickers or embellishments is a great way to make unique patters and designs. Scrapbooking stencils and pens will work well on these small ovular objects, and you can use some of the things that you already have. You can also get new stickers and rhinestones or flowers and anything else that you want to put on the eggs. Use non-toxic glue so there are no problems when you peel the egg to eat it. For those who display only eggs you can have the children decorate plastic or ceramic eggs and keep them for the years to come.

Painting the Eggs
Instead painting you can easily make a new tradition decorating Easter Eggs by painting the eggs instead. Kids will love getting on their paint shirts and painting the eggs different colors, half and half, with pictures and more. You can pain the eggs to have faces like different Easter animals like bunnies or chicken and even paint words and names on the eggs. Most paints will be suitable but be sure to use non-toxic paint because you’re going to be peeling the egg shells off to eat the eggs. Set the eggs in edible grass and this allows you to create many different colored eggs. Paint markers will have more distinc points for those who want intricate patterns.

 Use Candy as Decor

Using edible objects to decorate the eggs is a great way to have some fun. You can start by dying the eggs as you normally would if you want, and you can use edible objects to make patterns, animals and more. Round candies and cereals can work as the eyes as frogs or chickens and you can use round and square candies to make patterns around the eggs. This is a neat way to create one of a kind eggs that will look great on display around any home. You can also use milk chocolate and white cholate eggs to decorate so the entire egg is edible.




Decorating Easter eggs doesn’t have to be the same thing every single year, and instead you can decorate in many ways. You can decorate candy eggs as gifts to others and more than one set of eggs to put up around the home and also to eat on Easter morning. Get out the glitter and glue and let your kids have fun with Easter this year.


Damian is blogger and online enthusiast. He works on marketing strategy for several food website, including cake decorating classes Melbourne, which is considered as one of the sweetest Australian websites.


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