Easter egg hunts may be a little different this year, but that doesn't mean that you still can't have fun decorating them. In PART 7 of the Let's Get Crafty series, we are going to be decorating eggs!! There is nothing more fun than decorating eggs for Easter. We have gathered several ways to decorate eggs that you may have never thought of. Create a fun Easter egg hunt for your family with these egg decor ideas.
Read parts 1-6 of this series here: https://plaidonline.com/blog?categoryname=Lets_Get_Crafty
Try out some of these egg decorating ideas below then share it on social to join the #GetCraftyChallenge.
We are calling on all of YOU to take the #GetCraftyChallenge!
1. Create something crafty.
2. Share it on social media using #GetCraftyChallenge and #PlaidCrafts.
3. Tag 5 friends to get crafty too!
Your crafts could end up in our Fan Friday segment. Let's see how creative we can all be together!
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Check out this egg painting tip from our experts. Easily stand up your eggs to dry with this unique tip!
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Add beautiful jewel-toned colors to your eggs this year with FolkArt Treasure Gold and FolkArt Color Shift.
Make an iridescent statement with these eggs using FolkArt Dragonfly Glaze. Basecoat your favorite colors and then top with an iridescent layer of shine.
Create an unconventional set of eggs to hunt this year by using yarn, balloons, and Mod Podge Ultra.
Use the creamy, modern formula of Delta Ceramcoat to give your eggs some color.
String together your Easter eggs to create a contemporary garland painted with Waverly Inspirations.
Give your eggs some shine when you decorate your eggs with Martha Stewart craft paint and gilding!
Add a simple coat of paint to your eggs for a basic, yet elegant, Easter egg hunt.
Cover your eggs with FolkArt Glitterific to add some shimmer to your egg hunt!
If you love to paint pour, check out these marbled eggs. For more information on paint pouring check out our blog HERE
Paint out-of-this-world galaxy eggs with FolkArt Colorshift and FolkArt Metallic.
If you're going for a more modern look to your eggs, try out this craft using FolkArt Brushed Metal.
Use tissue paper, napkins, scrap paper and more to Mod Podge your favorite paper designs to your eggs.
Cut out your favorite butterfly photos and decoupage them on to your eggs!
Add paint and jewels to your eggs for bedazzled fun!
Paint a dozen neon eggs to brighten your day and give your egg hunt a pop of color.
Three BONUS egg projects from Martha Stewart!!
Martha Stewart is getting crafty too with Easter eggs painted with Martha Stewart craft paint! Try out these three painted egg ideas from Martha Stewart. Click each photo to view the details on MarthaStewart.com.
Speckled Surprise Eggs
Photo credit: Trevor Tondro
Photo credit: Shanna Sullivan
Photo credit: Mike Krautter
How are you decorating your eggs this year for Easter? We want to see! Make sure to tag us on social media using the #PlaidCrafts and #GetCraftyChallenge.
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