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DIY fun emoji easter eggs
Spice up this years easter with this super funny emoji easter egg craft! It's not just a super fun easter party or home decor but also a perfect easter gift for you friends / family members. Well, it's not really a traditional easter egg paint technique but it very funny so absolutelly worth a try! You can use any type of acrylic paint to paint the emojis base yellow color an and insetad of black paint you can simply use a black marker to create their facial expressions.
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DIY Tie dyed eggs - magical easter eggs with paper towels
This gorgeous tie dyed easter egg is absolutely easy to make and really unique! You just need food colorings, a paper towel and a little water+vinegar mixture. We  just love the pattern the paper towel leaves behind! It's a very fun way to decorate the easter eggs with the kids and the best is : you don't need to blow out the eggs! You can create easter eggs with this super egg painting technique in any vibrant / bright colors and the kids will surely enjoy the (not so mess free) process!
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DIY cactus Easter eggs - fun Easter egg painting idea
Are you looking for a not-so-traditional Easter egg painting idea? Spice up this year's Easter with this super funny cactus Easter egg craft! It's not just a super fun Easter party or home decor but also can be a perfect Easter gift for you friends / family members. Well, it's not really a traditional Easter egg painting technique but it very funny, so absolutely worth a try! You can use any type of acrylic paint to paint the cactus egg's green color an and instead of black paint you can simply use a black marker to create it's spikes. Attach a fun paper flower to the cactus Easter egg's  top for a funnier real-life look!
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How to tye dye Easter eggs with food colorings - fun egg painting
These tie dye Easter eggs are SO FUN and they’re so simple to make! The colors are bright and beautiful and since it’s just food coloring, the eggs are completely safe to eat! And if you wear rubber gloves and make them over top of a large baking sheet, it’s shockingly easy to clean up too! There has to be something you can do with the beautiful tie dyed paper towels you’re left with at the end so you don’t just throw them away? What if you cut out a square of each paper towel, pinch it together in the middle with a pipe cleaner or clothes pin and turn it into a super simple tie dyed butterfly when you’re done?
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DIY Marbled Easter eggs with oil and food coloring
Get marbled Easter eggs by using food coloring and vegetable oil ! If you looking for something special for this year Easter give this vegetable oil and food coloring marbling technique a try. With this nice step-by-step video tutorial marbling some gorgeous Easter eggs will be a piece of cake! This Easter egg painting technique doesn't involves poisonous paints so you can use it on hard boiled eggs as well! This oil marbling technique is suitable for kids of all ages, and it's also super fun! So don't hesitate, grab some hard boiled eggs and turn them into gorgeous marbled Easter eggs !
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DIY Chick Easter eggs - fun egg painting idea
Are you looking for a not-so-traditional Easter egg painting idea? Spice up this year's Easter with this super funny (last-minute) chick Easter egg craft! This is definitely something you can whip together on the Saturday before Easter. It's not just a super fun Easter party or home decor but also can be a perfect Easter gift for you friends / family members. Well, it's not really a traditional Easter egg painting technique but it's very funny, so absolutely worth a try! You can use any type of acrylic paint to paint the chick egg's and instead of construction paper you can simply use markers to create the beak and eyes. Attach a little feather to the chick Easter egg's  top for a more funnier look!
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DIY Vintage decoupage  Easter eggs (mod-podge craft)
If egg painting is not your thing or let’s say it is, but your skills are secret yet to the world, you might want to try this technique to decorate eggs this Easter : lend a personal touch to your decor by dressing your eggs in a paper napkin pattern that catches your eye! Helena has made beautiful Easter decorations with blown eggs and decoupage paper in pretty springlike patterns, but you can also use the top layer of patterned napkins . Let's get decorating!
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DIY woodland animal Easter egg - egg painting tutorial
We have a huge soft spot for woodland animal crafts and we wouldn’t typically associate this theme with Easter , however ( and we are sure you will agree ) , this adorable woodland animal Easter egg craft by Kids Craft Room is totally worthy of breaking the rules.So, If you are looking for some special Easter egg decorating ideas then these gorgeous woodland animal Easter eggs could be just the ticket. These Easter egg animal designs look amazing and are surprisingly easy to do. She’s got a stunning egg fox, raccoon and deer. We can’t choose a favorite as they’re all so adorable!
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DIY Owl Easter eggs ( step-by-step egg painting tutorial)
If you like decorating eggs for Easter ,this craft tutorial will show you how to paint eggs as a couple of cute owls! Owls simply possess a talent of looking so good in any form and shape! An Easter egg ,for instance – in its round curvy form, it just asks for an owl to be painted on it. Wouldn’t you say so? Adventure-in-a-box has successfully combined cute with sass, to create a gorgeous Easter egg craft that will be a joy to make and since they’re made out of wood, they can be enjoyed year after year!
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DIY Minion Easter eggs - Easter egg painting idea for kids
DIY Minion Easter eggs – die dyed Easter eggs with movable eyes and string to resemble Minion goggles! What a wonderful Easter egg painting idea ,isn't it? Easter is quickly approaching and we bet that your kids are getting really excited about decorating Easter eggs .This year start creating super fun and adorable Minion Easter Eggs . This Easter egg craft is super easy and suitable for kids of all ages ( with a little parental help )
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DIY Teen titan Easter eggs - Easter egg painting idea for kids
APumpkinAndAPrincess blog is back with another Easter egg decorating idea . This project is one of the easiest eggs dyeing idea kids can make. These Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Easter eggs are perfect for kids of all ages and only require a handful of supplies. This year make eggs decorated with the kids favorite characters: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles . Follow this easy step-by-step tutorial and learn how to create them:
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Modern geometric black and white Easter eggs - egg painting idea
Oh the African mud cloth ! Their patterns are mesmerizing, in their simplicity and shape. This time Alice & Lois came up with this gorgeous and oh-so-easy egg painting idea : the black and white Easter eggs inspired by African mud cloth . You don’t need to be an artist, just a steady hand helps with this easy Easter project. You could use good old sharpies to get these geometrical African mud cloth patterns . These black and white eggs will look so nice as Easter decor and they are super easy to make. Read this step by step tutorial and create some for yourself:
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DIY Narwhal Easter eggs - Easter egg painting idea for kids
Narwhals like unicorns mixed with whales and they actually exist! Malissa & Machelle used these magical creatures as inspiration for cute little creature eggs this Easter. Now your eggs can be magical just like real narwhals ! We love it! Or you could leave the horns off and have whale eggs for a nautical themed party! These narwhal Easter eggs are perfect for kids of all ages and only require a handful of supplies. Follow this easy step-by-step tutorial and learn how to create them:
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DIY Styrofoam egg Easter chick - fun Easter craft for kids
If you are looking for a last-minute and super adorable Easter project idea to make this season, search no more as these styrofoam chicks are the best! This is lovely little egg chick is definitely something you can whip together on the Saturday before Easter and an easy way to dress up those Easter eggs ! This Easter craft is perfect kids of all ages because it's so easy to make! You can use the finished styrofoam egg chicks as a cute Easter decoration hanged on a branch or just give them as lovely Easter gifts !
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Magical watercolor Easter egg - fun Easter craft for kids
Invite your children to paint watercolor surprise Easter egg art to see what magically appears! This time Rhythms Of Play will teach you how to make these beautiful and oh-so- fun to paint Easter eggs. Creating watercolor surprise Easter egg art using a watercolor resist medium is an easy Easter art project for kids ( and adults! ). Of course, this fun and easy painting technique is perfect for other holidays as well! Imagine a beautifully decorated watercolor painted christmas tree, or a bunch of giant baubles with gorgeous patterns!
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DIY Bunny and chick easter egg - Easter egg painting idea
We simply LOVE these Easter egg bunnies and chicks by Kids Craft Room! By following along this fun egg painting tutorial you can learn how to decorate your own real blown or hard boiled eggs, wooden eggs, paper mache eggs and even plastic eggs. If you are in a need of a fun Easter craft idea for a classroom these are your thing as you can easily showcase them on an Easter egg tree and make a fantastic Easter decoration. You wouldn’t even need to limit yourself ( well the kids ) to sticking to white or brown color for this project. Use pastels and have a nice variety of Easter bunnies and chicks. ( This is also a wonderful project to do with your kids at home! )
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DIY Wooden egg ocean craft - summer craft for kids
This wooden egg ocean craft by The Inspiration Edit is such a great summer art activity for the kids ! Wooden eggs are great materials for different fun craft projects ( even after Easter ) , but if you haven't got eggs you could use rocks instead! Kids will love to paint and pick out their eggs ( or rocks ) for this easy summer craft project ! How much cuter can these ocean critters can be? And they are so easy to make too! This is a craft your kids will LOVE! This egg ( or rock ) painting project is perfect for kids of all ages, and you can use the finished artworks to decorate the kids' room or your garden. Alternate the sizes and create a whole gorgeous ocean scene!
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