Y’all, there are some crazy talented people out there! I mean super talented! I was just looking for some creative Easter egg ideas to do with my kids during their days off of school this week and could not believe what I saw. So I had to share it with you, of course! (And by the way, we are going with the straight up dye and glitter. We won’t be making the coolest list this year!)
Have you ever visited Lucy at Craftberry Bush? She is truly an artist. She has more talent in her pinky than I have in my whole body. Her water color paintings are AMAZING and she is also a very talented photographer. I mean, just look….. she paints watercolor pansies on Easter eggs!
If you need a little sparkle on your egg, how about these gorgeous eggs from The Girl Inspired. A little gold glam will do the trick any day is what I say!
Want something a little more whimsical? These are just too funny! One Good Thing by Jillee came up with more than one good thing when she did these hipster Easter eggs. And she created the printable for us all! Thanks, Jillee!
And if you like a little surprise with your egg, let’s try it fortune cookie style. Oh Crafts came up with the cutest idea to put a message inside of an egg.
Ever wondered what you could do with an old silk tie? Me neither. But I will now after seeing these gorgeous eggs from Our Best Bites. I mean honestly, who would have thought of this! I really want to try it out!
Do you have printed paper napkins lying around? If you do then you can give these eggs a try. Again, I never would have thought of this but I will have to try it! I’m not sure of the name of the blog, but you can find the tutorial here.
Tap into your wild side this Easter with some leopard print eggs like these by Henna Blossom. You know that I’m a sucker for animal print. Now my holidays can’t even escape it.
The Polkadot Ponie has kicked the color up a notch with these vibrant eggs. The artistry and colors are just beautiful.
Just Crafty Enough took an everyday pantry stable (tin foil) and turned it into a cover for Easter eggs that looks a lot like mercury glass. This is so cool!
And for those of us who still like their glitter, Miss Kris Turner did some great sparkly Easter eggs.
My little girl and I will be putting our crafty skills to work this week and my son will probably do the dirty work, aka, cooking the eggs. I hope you have fun decorating some eggs!