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10 Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

Updated August 28, 2015

10 ways to decorate Easter Eggs

Are you looking for new ways to decorate Easter Eggs? This is a great way to get everyone involved by decorating and having fun.  Here is a list of creative ways to decorate your Easter Eggs using items you can find around the house.

Rubber Bands

  • Add Rubber Bands to the Eggs and Dip in Color.
  • When color dries, remove rubber bands for a tie-dye look.


  • Spray the egg with spray glue adhesive.
  • Sprinkle or roll the egg in the glitter until covered.

Washi Tape

  • Use skinny Washi Tape and cut to the size you want it.
  • Apply the tape to the egg by wrapping it around or adding stripes.

Puffy Paint

  • After your eggs have cooled decorate them with puffy paint.
  • I usually dip them halfway in regular Egg color and let them dry and then decorate the other half with puffy paint.
  • Put them in an egg carton with the puffy paint facing up to dry overnight.


  • Grab your favorite stickers and add them to the Easter Eggs when they are cooled.


  • Cut up colored paper into little pieces and put it in a pile on the table.
  • Add spray glue to the egg.
  • Roll the egg around the confetti until covered.


  • Grab your favorite color sharpies and decorate by drawing designs on the eggs.

Roll on Newspaper

  • Dip the eggs in color and roll on the newspaper while it is wet.
  • Pick a favorite saying or picture to have it on your Easter Egg and let it dry.


  • Add 2/3 cup to each packet of Kool-Aid.
  • Separate the colors in different bowls.
  • Mix the contents well and dip the eggs in the Kool-Aid.
  • Let dry.


  • Let the eggs cool.
  • Add your favorite stickers to each Egg decorating it the way you want.


Have fun and enjoy! 🙂





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