Easter is coming and if you want to get ahead with your Easter crafting with the kids here are some simple and easy ways to decorate Easter Eggs. From shaving cream decorations and painting to natural dyes, we have a variety of different ideas that your kids and you will love to try this easter so here you go. Ideas for Decorating Eggs for Easter with Kids.
Easter Egg Decorating Ideas for Kids
It’s that time of year when we can get the Easter decorations out and get crafty with some egg decorating ideas. If you want to save your eggs year after year then check out our advice on How to Blow out an Egg. It’s really simple and it means that you can create your beautiful eggs with the kids well in advance and use the egg in delicious Easter Treats.
Dyeing Easter Eggs
The easiest way to decorate eggs for Easter is to dye them! So simple and easy to do.
Natural dyes are so simple to make and we have used 5 different natural dyes to dye our eggs in the past. There’s red cabbage, spinach, beetroot, blueberries and onions all of them natural and easy to do. So here you go the instructions of making natural dyes for Easter eggs.
Wax Resist Easter Egg Decoration
As soon as your little one can make marks of any kind you can help them to create some wax resist eggs. Use store-bought dyes for vibrant colours or the natural dye recipes above for something more muted.
Some paints, a paint brush and your blown eggs and your little ones can get creative making some beautiful designs on the eggs. Older kids will love this as well and they can get really creative with lots of different designs. So simple and easy painted eggs for Easter.
Shaving Foam Marbled Easter Eggs
Want the marbled egg look, but without the complex oils and dying process then why not have a go at Shaving Foam Marbled Eggs – they are so easy to do and look beautiful. Just watch the video on this page to see how simple it is and click on the link for full instructions.
Broken Egg Shell Decoration
More Easter Craft and Activity Ideas for Kids
- Create your own Easter Story Stones
- Fantastic ideas for Easter Bonnets that you and the kids can make
- A simple Easter Sensory Bin for the Kids
- Learning Activities for Kids with Plastic Easter Eggs
Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.