4 easy Easter egg decorating ideas

This year, Easter will be different. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, families will spend Easter at home, maybe even in isolation. It is still really important to stay at home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t decorate your home for Easter. I think we can all use a distraction during lockdown, so I‚Äôve put together a list of easy Easter egg decorating ideas. Hope you find a way to be creative, even in these uncertain times.

1. DIY turquoise Easter eggs

Haven’t dyed your Easter eggs yet and looking for an easy project? These pretty turquoise Easter eggs make an easy and inexpensive Easter decoration. All you need are eggs, a simple Easter egg kit and some patience.

I just love ombré Easter eggs. Ombré is a painting technique where colour gradually changes from dark to lighter shades. In this DIY I painted my eggs in lots of different shades of blue and green to create an ombré effect.

Find the complete tutorial here.

2. DIY pressed flower Easter eggs

These pressed flower Easter eggs are easy to make. All you need are eggs and pressed flowers. To stay true to the Easter spirit, use early bloomers like daffodils, crocus or pansies. They announce the arrival of spring.

I love pansies, they are such sweet, cheerful little flowers. Pansies are also some of the best flowers to dry. I decorated white eggs with pressed pansies and they looked really pretty.

Find the complete tutorial here.

3. Simple Easter decoration: delicate egg vases

These delicate egg vases are a sweet, easy and inexpensive Easter project. The pure white eggs combine beautifully with the delicate flowers and the fresh green leaves.

I made egg vases and filled them with anemones. The wood anemone is a lovely spring flower in my garden but you can also use other small flowers like forget-me-nots.

Find the complete tutorial here.

4. Botanical Easter eggs DIY

Another easy and inexpensive Easter decoration are these botanical Easter eggs. All you need are eggs, egg dye and some leaves from your garden.

Step into the garden and gather the leaves or flowers you plan to use for this project. I used fern leaves but I can imagine dried hydrangea flowers will look good too.

Find the complete tutorial here.

These botanical Easter eggs are an easy and inexpensive Easter decoration. All you need are eggs, egg dye and some fern leaves from your garden - Cloverhome.nl

Hang in there and happy Easter!

Pin to save for later, or visit my Pinterest board for more Easter egg ideas.

Get creative with these 4 easy Easter egg decorating ideas. All you need are eggs, egg dye, and some leaves or flowers from your garden - Cloverhome.nl

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Flower lover, aspiring gardener, blogger, amateur photographer.

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