10 Creative Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs
Who says kids should have all the fun? I love to decorate Easter eggs and I bet you do too! Handmade Curator is a creative community. So, it makes sense to use crafts as inspiration to decorate Easter eggs. Today I’m sharing some great examples from some wonderful crafters.
Embroidered Eggs by Design Sponge
Embroidery is popular again. I get lots of embroidery submissions on Handmade Curator. If you’re a fan of embroidery, try these embroider eggs. The tutorial is available on Design Sponge.
Painted Botanicals Eggs by Crafberry Bush
Painted Botanicals Eggs by The House That Lars Built
Is painting more your thing? Decorate Easter eggs with botanical paintings. Botanicals are always a favorite at spring time. So get out your paint brush and make these beautiful eggs. Tutorials are available on Craftberry Bush and The House that Lars Built.
Galaxy Eggs By Dream A Little Bigger
If you’re not into flowers, try painting these dreamy galaxy eggs. These awesome galaxy eggs would definitely make a statement at your Easter table. A detailed tutorial is available on Dream A Little Bigger.
Yarn Eggs by Craft Passion
Don’t feel left out if you love to knit or crochet. You too can decorate Easter eggs! Create these fun yarn eggs inspired by knitting and crocheting. Here is the tutorial from Craft Passion.
Calligraphy Eggs by Oh Happy Day
Calligraphy and hand lettering is an egg-cellent way to decorate Easter eggs. A great idea is to write inspirational quotes about spring on your eggs. Check out this super easy tutorial from Oh Happy Day!
Terrarium Eggs by The House That Lars Built
Pantone Eggs by How About Orange
Plants are trending now in home decor and terrariums are everywhere. So why not terrarium eggs for the home decor enthusiast? Or how about some colorful Pantone eggs? Go to The House That Lars Built and How About Orange for these simple tutorials.
Marbled Eggs by Alice and Lois
I love blue and white pottery. These eggs remind me of blue and white marbled pottery. You can get this look by using nail polish! Alice and Lois has a great tutorial on how to marbleize eggs.
Emojis Eggs by Studio DIY
Finally, if you’re big on emojis, express your Easter egg feelings. Decorate Easter eggs with just some yellow paint and markers. You can find the tutorial for these fun eggs on Studio DIY.