Easter is quickly approaching.  Stores are already stocked with peeps and plastic grass.  I thought it would be a good time to share some of my favorite no-dye Easter egg decorating ideas.

There are some really awesome bloggers out there with such creative ideas!


3 Painted Eggs



Who needs dye when you can paint!!

On the left we have chalkboard painted eggs via Oleander + Palm.  These just look like so much fun!!

In the center we have my version of a Fabergé inspired egg painted with acrylic paint and added glitter for sparkle.

On the right we have watercolor painted eggs via Better Homes and Gardens.


Sharpies, Napkins & Kool-Aid



Here are three more ideas that are a bit more non-traditional.

On the left we have one of my favorite bloggers, Jeanette from Tiny Rotten Peanuts.  I just love her Sharpie eggs!

In the center we have Kool-Aid colored eggs via The Artful Parent.  I know you’re thinking, but this is dye… well I would drink this dye and I surely wouldn’t drink the standard egg dye.  So I’m keeping this one in!

On the right we have my decoupage eggs created with egg whites and paper napkins!  Say what?!  Egg whites?  Yes, try it – it’s so easy and fun!

I’m sure you can think of many more ways to be creative with your eggs this year… hmmm – I know I’m thinking.

I’d love to see what you come up with.  Please share them below!


Easter Egg Coloring Pages


Woo Jr.

Click here to visit Woo Jr.


If you need to keep the kids busy during spring break, you must check out Woo Jr.

Woo Jr. is a great resource for parents filled with craft ideas, puzzles, coloring pages, you name it!!

The creative outlets abound here!  My favorites for Easter are these fantastic egg coloring pages.

The amazing talent behind Woo Jr. is well known blogger and artist Wendy Piersall.   She’s the queen of crafty, creative fun for the kiddos!

Your kids will never be bored again!



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