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Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs

Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs
Skip the messy dye kits with younger kids, and let them pick out temporary tattoos (or stickers — even easier!) to apply to their Easter eggs. From princesses to comic book superheroes, the options are endless!

Ages: toddler & up

Get the directions for Temporary Tattoo Eggs

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Chick Easter Eggs

Chick Easter Eggs
These eggs couldn’t be any cuter! Yellow paint (or dye), a tuft of feathers, and a face made of tape (or craft paint) transforms your eggs into adorable chicks.

Ages: toddler & up

Get the directions for Chick Easter Eggs

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Washi Tape Easter Eggs

Washi Tape Easter Eggs
We love washi tape! Stock up on a variety of colors and patterns of this crafty tape, and cut out cool shapes for kids to stick to their eggs.

Ages: toddler & up

Get the directions for Washi Tape Easter Eggs

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Chalkboard Easter Eggs

Chalkboard Easter Eggs
Black chalkboard paint turns eggs into your child’s own canvas for doodling and writing. (Painting the eggs can get messy, so that step is best completed by Mom and Dad!)

Ages: preschool & up

Get the directions for Chalkboard Easter Eggs

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DIY Love Easter Eggs

DIY Love Easter Eggs
Put some heart into your Easter eggs! Cut hearts (or other shapes) out of masking tape and adhere to your eggs for a pretty effect when you dip-dye them.

Ages: preschool & up

Get the directions for DIY Love Easter Eggs

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Ninja Turtle Easter Eggs

Ninja Turtle Easter Eggs
A strip of ribbon and some googly eyes turn green-hued eggs into crime-fighting reptiles. How fun!

Ages: 5 & up

Get the directions for Ninja Turtle Easter Eggs

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Gold Marker Easter Eggs

Gold Marker Easter Eggs
Encourage your child to get creative with these simple and stylish eggs. All you need is brown (or white) eggs and a metallic permanent marker.

Ages: 7 & up

Get the directions for Gold Marker Easter Eggs

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Confetti-Dipped Easter Eggs

Confetti-Dipped Easter Eggs
These glitzy eggs will really dress up your Easter table. Simply dye your eggs as usual, then apply glue and dip into the confetti of your choice (we’re partial to gold stars).

Ages: 7 & up

Get the directions for Confetti-Dipped Easter Eggs

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Natural-Dyed Robin Easter Eggs

Natural-Dyed Robin Easter Eggs
Looking for an all-natural option for egg decorating? Use boiled red cabbage to dye your eggs different shades of robin’s egg blue. Splatter them with edible gold paint for gorgeous results.

Ages: 7 & up

Get the directions for Natural-Dyed Robin Easter Eggs

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Papier-Mâché Easter Eggs

Papier-Mâché Easter Eggs
Kids will love cutting up squares of tissue paper and the Sunday comics for these colorful and crafty eggs.

Ages: 7 & up

Get the directions for Papier-Mâché Easter Eggs

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Emoji Easter Eggs

Emoji Easter Eggs
OMG! Your tween or teen will totally love turning bright yellow Easter eggs into her favorite emoji using craft paint and craft markers. 🙂

Ages: 10 & up

Get the directions for Emoji Easter Eggs

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Family Photo Easter Eggs

Family Photo Easter Eggs
Put your family’s stamp on those eggs! Transfer photos of your loved ones onto eggs using a (slightly tricky) technique that involves facial tissue, an inkjet printer, and craft glue.

Ages: 10 & up

Get the directions for Family Photo Easter Eggs

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