Fun Paper Easter Eggs DIY

Easter has a lot of crafting opportunities to offer. They can create great bonding moment with your little ones. So indulge them, and yourself, with some fun paper mache eggs. Then use these eggs for decor and for your Easter egg hunt activity.

Fun Paper Easter Eggs DIY

Learn how at Hello Wonderful.

Yep, it can get a whole lot of messy doing these paper mache and sparkly eggs with the kids but that’s what makes it more fun! Glittery and colorful eggs to celebrate Easter.

Darice 150873 Paper Mache Egg

Last-Minute Easter Eggs Decorating Idea

Easter egg hunts are such a fun way to celebrate Easter Sunday. It is so fun not just for kids but also adults. If you are looking forward to this day, and we know the kids are excited as well, but you just can’t find the time to prepare the eggs, there’s a quick way to decorate them. And we promise you can do it in no time.

Last-Minute Easter Eggs Decorating Idea

Instructions at The Crafted Life.

We think using temporary tattoos is a unique yet fun way to make those eggs interesting. It’s easy and quick, perfect for last-minute preparations. What are your plans for your Easter activities?

Glitter Easter Tattoos

Cute Knitted Baby Bunny Rabbit Hat

A bunny hat would look adorable on your kids and would definitely make all your family and friends melt with cuteness. You can learn how to knit them and just in time for Easter! And it would make a lovely prop if you are having an Easter themed photo shoot.

Cute Knitted Baby Bunny Rabbit Hat

Visit Gina Michele.

Do you want to start knitting? Get this book and kit to get started. You can also learn online with these help of this class. Enjoy.

Knitting in Plain English

Online Knitting Class

DIY Blue-Dyed Easter Eggs

Hey, Easter is coming. This means preparing cute and colorful eggs for children to find. Aside from painting those eggs, have you tried dyeing them? You can use a lot of natural agent to achieve your desired color. Here’s one easy way to achieve blue eggs for your Easter egg hunting.

DIY Blue-Dyed Easter Eggs

Learn how at Wonderwood.

This egg hunting is indeed a fun activity for the kids. While preparing for it, ask them to help out with dyeing. They’d love it more and they’ll look forward to Easter. If you don’t have to dye them, these eggs would definitively save you some time. Stuff them with candies, hide them somewhere for children to find, and let the egg hunt begin.

Plastic Easter Eggs (50 per order), Assorted Colors