Easter Egg decorating is a holiday tradition for many families. It’s no secret, though, that dyeing eggs can result in a serious mess. It’s a close second to carving pumpkins when it comes to the messiest of holiday crafts! By replacing the dye with other materials such as paints, colored pencils, markers, and crafting (washi) tape, your family can create spectacular Easter eggs with less stress.
When I was little I would have one single, modest egg hunt on Easter morning. Nowadays Easter celebrations have become a bit more complex. With all the fun and craziness, sometimes we forget to just take time to sit, relax, and color. Here’s your chance for a little bit of “me” or “we” time. This Easter egg coloring page can be enjoyed in a single sitting and won’t take all day to color. And it’s also a great page to enjoy with children.
Easter is quickly approaching and seeing all of the Easter egg dying kits while shopping at the grocery store brings me back to my childhood. While dying real eggs can be fun, I’ve always had a hard time destroying something that looks so beautiful. I prefer the idea of making Easter eggs that last. I also love Easter egg decorating ideas that my 6-year-old and I can enjoy together. And let’s be honest, kids always come up with the most creative ideas.
Springtime, pretty pastel colored candies, vibrant flowers blooming, bunnies and cute baby chicks; the prettiest time of year for hope and renewal after a seemingly endless winter. This is also my favorite time of the year to do crafts with my girls because all the promise and hope of warm weather and fun can be… Read More »