Mar 31, 2015

We're egg-cited and we just can't hide it (although we have been hiding lots of eggs)! Easter is this Sunday and after what feels like one of the longest winters we've had in ages, we're ready to celebrate this fun holiday and the start of spring. A favorite Easter tradition for many families is dying Easter eggs, and this year to help everyone get in the Easter spirit we've compiled a list of egg-centric decorating ideas for your eggs. Check 'em out below and then get cracking!

Rubber Cement - These little guys are a snap and the finished product looks so cool!

Chalk It Up - This decorating style is perfect for little crafters. Not only do these eggs look adorable, but your little ones will be able to decorate them again and again.

Image via Oleander + Pam

Photo Bomb - This is one seriously clever idea and the results are super cute! Share them with friends and extended family, and have fun hiding them around the house!

Image via A Subtle Revelry

Easter Buddies - We're really into these cartoony cartons! You can try the sweet chick, bunny, and mouse seen here or create your own.

Lace 'Em Up - These lace eggs look so delicate and romantic, and the combination of textures really adds a level of sophistication that you don't normally see in Easter eggs. They'll look lovely as part of your centerpiece.

Message In An Egg - Not able to spend Easter with everyone you care about? Use this sweet idea to send some love to those who are far away.

Image via Poppytalk

Party On - Let the Easter festivities begin with these party-goers!

Image via Studio DIY

Watercolor Us Impressed - Considering how beautiful these watercolor eggs look, they're actually not that hard to make. A few splashes of paint, a marker, and you're done. These fabulous floral beauties will look great as part of your Easter display.

Marvelous Marble - We just cannot get over the look of these eggs! They're so bright and fun, and making them is a blast!

Image via Camille Styles

Chubby Bunnies - Crepe paper is the key ingredient to making these little guys and many of Martha's Easter egg decorations. We've hopped on board with this cute idea and think you should too!

Image via Martha Stewart

Shell Out - We're so into the concept of using egg shells as planters. You can create these small, sweet floral arrangements that fit perfectly on tables and window sills.

Image via Le Robins Nest

Paint Chips - Ok, these aren't actually eggs, but we couldn't resist sharing this charming idea. This Easter garland is super simple to make and looks wonderful; what could be better?

We hope these decoration ideas help make your Easter egg-perience a fun one! From our family to yours, Happy Easter!