Few days from now will be the great Easter. Have you prepared the egg hunt map? How about the goodies? Egg hunt won’t be fun without the important part of the whole activity – the Easter Eggs!
Here are some simple DIY tips to decorate Easter Eggs. These are very easy to do and so simple that you do not have to be a crafty person to be able to decorate. Also, with these tips, I can assure you that you will not even break your budget in gathering supplies for the decoration. Simple crafty supplies like washi tape, stickers, ribbons, laces, fabrics, coloured felt pens or markers, neon pens, and glitter pens will do the trick. Enjoy!
Eggs with washi tape
Make use of those spare washi tapes in your drawer. I have plenty in mine so I won’t have any reason not to be able to decorate our Easter Eggs with fancy, colourful, patterned and even plain coloured washi tapes.
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Eggs decorated with stickers
This is very easy to do. All you need are those spare stickers your kids have missed to stick on their notebooks or on the wall. Try to stick as many or as few depending on your whim. The colourful, the better!
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Eggs decorated with coloured markers and glitter pens
Tap your inner Picasso and dabble on those cute eggs using your coloured felt pens. Ask your kids to help along and draw or doodle as they wish to create fun patterns, designs, and even drawings on those Easter Eggs.
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Eggs decorated with ribbons, laces, beads, and fabric
Do you want your Easter Eggs to look classy, vintage, country, or stylish? Decorate them with fabric, ribbons, beads, and laces. All you need are scrap stuff from your sewing project and a handy glue gun to do the trick.
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