6 Fun Easter Egg Crafts

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What’s more fun than gathering around the table and decorating Easter eggs with your family? This tradition is celebrated in many households each Spring. While I always loved dip-dyeing hard boiled eggs, many egg hunts included plastic eggs filled with treats. But you can do more with them! Plastic and papier-mâché eggs make great family crafts! I’ve rounded up 6 Easter Egg crafts you can enjoy with the entire family.

1. Plastic Egg Fortune Cookies

Fortune EggsNot only is this perhaps the simplest project ever, it’s also a pretty genius idea for those that are wanting to limit sugary goodies in their kid’s Easter baskets. Fortune eggs are also great for school parties and fun exchanges around the office.

2. Easter Egg Mini Clay Pots

Clay Pot EggsBasically anything that comes in ‘mini’ is my favorite. These tiny clay pots make perfect egg holders!

3. Découpage Easter Eggs

Decoupage Eggs Tissue paper découpage is a classic craft. Bring papier-mâché eggs to life with this simple technique!

4. Framed Twine Wrapped Eggs

Twine Eggs in a FrameI bet you never thought you could decorate your home with plastic Easter eggs! Just wrap them in twine and suspend from a painted frame.

5. Metallic Succulent Eggs

Succulent EggsLet your eggs bloom with these Spring Succulent Metallic eggs.

6. Terrarium Easter Eggs

Terrarium Easter EggThese Terrarium Easter Eggs are easily my favorite! It’s like creating a tiny diorama scene inside your egg. Kids will love this one!

Looking for even more ideas? Check out my segment on The Broadcast for a fun Chalkboard Egg craft!

 

- Jillian


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