Easter egg decorating has always been my favorite Easter tradition since I was a kid. My grandma and mom were NEVER too busy to make time to make a fun (and memorable) mess decorating eggs with us … and it’s something that stands out to me to this day.
They had such fun Easter egg decorating ideas for kids. Our family didn’t just dip eggs in colored water, either. We did the whole thing: we painted, glued, and taped. We started by blowing out the eggs (if you’ve never done this, Red Ted Art has a GREAT tutorial on how to do it.)
It’s totally worthwhile because your eggs last forever, or at least for several years. I still have many of mine from childhood!
(Actually, you can’t tell how badly it’s broken in this picture. I know it’s just a thing, and I should let it go, but I just love the memories attached to it. I did a good job of remembering it was just a thing when my husband crunched it earlier this year.)
My point is it lasted for 20 years because it was blown out. And if you’re gonna put this kind of effort into your eggs, you might want to be able to hang on to some of those masterpieces!
Why Use Fun Easter Egg Decorating Ideas for Kids
If you are looking for some amazing Easter egg decorating ideas for kids, keep reading below. I have 25 unique ideas you will love.
Hunting down all these fun Easter egg-decorating ideas gave me itchy egg-decorating fingers… and I’m ready to get to decorating this year.
You will love these awesome Easter egg decorating ideas for kids and adults! Carve out time to make some memories with your little people because that is MUCH more important in the long run than having a perfect dinner prepared or getting the entire house spotless for company. Try some of these fun Easter egg ideas!
25 AWESOME Easter egg decorating ideas for kids:
(Click the photo or the link below for instructions.)
♥ Easy Spotty Eggs from Red Ted Art
These are a simple way to add polka dots to eggs and kids always love them.
♥ Gold Tattoo Eggs from Jane Can
Grab some gold tattoos and adhere them to your eggs for fun ways to decorate.
♥ Temporary Tattoo Eggs from Freebie Finding Mom
Use temporary tattoos of your child’s favorite characters to create designs.
♥ Tie Dye Easter Eggs from The Joys of Boys
Use shaving cream to make these fun designs.
♥ Melted Crayon Easter Eggs from There’s Just One Mommy
If you have excess crayons lying around, let your little hands use melted crayons to decorate your eggs.
♥ Tissue Paper Dyed Easter Eggs from Moments of Mommyhood
Grab some tissue paper from local craft stores and use them to add color to your eggs.
♥ Easter Bunny Eggs from Red Ted Art
Use paint pens and felt to turn eggs into adorable little bunnies. Kids of all ages will love these.
♥ Egg Birdies for an Easter Tree from Red Ted Art
Decorate your eggs in different ways using craft materials like feathers and construction paper.
♥ Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs from Frugal Mom Eh
If your kids love glitter, grab your craft glue and colored glitter to decorate hard-boiled eggs.
♥ Eric Carle Easter Eggs (decoupage & tissue paper!) from Red Ted Art
Eric Carle creates his illustrations using colored paper and Mod Podge, and you can too! This is a great way to talk about different art forms.
♥ Paint Speckled Eggs from Jane Can
The best part of this egg decorating idea for kids is the mess! Since this can get messy, take this craft outside or lay a paper towel down while kids splatter paint on their eggs.
♥ Food Dye Colored Easter Eggs from Red Ted Art
Use some washi tape and food coloring to make fun designs on your eggs!
♥ Drip Art Rainbow Eggs from Red Ted Art
Make beautiful eggs using drip art! These are perfect for wooden eggs or plastic eggs!
♥ Sharpie Easter Eggs from Cutesy Crafts
Take your art to the next level with a design and a sharpie or permanent marker. This is a creative way to add silhouettes to your eggs.
♥ Silk Tie Easter Eggs from Family Food And Travel
This is an easy way to decorate eggs with a minimal mess for little kids.
♥ Crafty Leaf Print Easter Eggs from All She Cooks
Add fun designs to real eggs using this nature-inspired art.
♥ Glitter Ocean Easter Eggs from Val Event Gal
Older kids will love making their eggs look like the ocean using blue dye and glitter!
♥ Gold Foil Easter Eggs from Jane Can
Use these creative ideas to adhere pretty gold foil to your Easter crafts.
♥ DIY Sprinkle Easter Eggs from Studio DIY
Add some sprinkles to your eggs. Younger kids especially will enjoy this idea, so add it to your list.
♥ How to Decorate Easter Eggs with Nail Polish from A Crafted Passion
Need more unique ways to decorate eggs? Try nail polish for unique designs!
5 more gorgeous Easter egg decorating ideas for kids from the same ladies
♥ How to Decorate Galaxy Easter Eggs from A Crafted Passion
♥ Fun Ways to Decorate Ombre Easter Eggs from A Crafted Passion
♥ Make Robin Speckled Easter Eggs from A Crafted Passion
♥ How to Decorate Easter Eggs with Metal Leaf from A Crafted Passion
♥ Decorate Easter Eggs with Cool Whip from A Crafted Passion
What are your favorite Easter egg decorating ideas for kids? I would love to hear!