Easy Easter Craft Idea – Egg Coloring

In today’s blog, I’m going to be sharing with you two very easy but fun Easter craft activity to engage your kids and entire family, Easter is a perfect time to create bonding moments so let’s get to it guys;

First Craft: Easter Egg color Dye

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All you're going to need for this craft is:
• 5 coloring cups
• 5 boiled eggs or plastic eggs sold in craft stores (the plastic eggs are a better choice if you intend to save them as memorabilia, regardless of choice of egg, they both yield similar results)
• 5 different color tablets ( paint)

Optional
• carton character Stickers
• Gold metallic wrap
• Markers

First you're going to pour water into your 5 coloring cups (fill cups up half way), you can make use of blue, green, orange, pink and yellow color or any color of preference.

Next you’re going to put the color tablets (paint) into the coloring cups, then dip in each egg into each cup and leave for few mins or until eggs changes color.

To add more creativity, place some stickers on eggs, trust me, this is the most interesting part for most kids, also you can use markers to write Easter messages: “ Happy Easter” for example.
You can create one unique egg by wrapping it up in gold metallic wrap (Aluminium foil paper).

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Second Craft: Easter Egg painting

Your younger kids will really have fun doing this craft, set up is pretty easy, all you'll need is;

•Color Paint
•Boiled eggs or plastic eggs

Place cardboard papers on table to avoid paint getting all over the place, Have fun while painting the eggs and remember that it's all about the moments, so it's OK if the kids make a mess, it's part of the fun.

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And there you have your Easter colored eggs ready to be delivered by Easter Bunny. This eggs makes the prettiest Easter hunt basket.

Let me know in the comment below, how you celebrate Easter, and what crafts or activities you do with your family.

5 replies added

  1. Tara April 11, 2017 Reply

    Thanks for this great idea! Definitely gonna give it a try

  2. Donna April 11, 2017 Reply

    Please what kind of colour did you use ?

    • Elizabeth April 11, 2017 Reply

      any paint will do, just make sure it’s washable for easy clean up

  3. Lisa April 12, 2017 Reply

    I’m gonna give this a try, thanks for the post. Could you please share easy craft for infants ? Thanks

  4. Victoria April 12, 2017 Reply

    We don’t celebrate Easter but this is sure a nice idea to try .

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