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Easter eggs decorating ideas for kids that don't use dye

Easter egg decorating ideas that don’t involve dye


 Easy and fuss-free egg decorating ideas for kids that do not use dye

Ditch the dye and try some off these fuss-free egg decorating ideas

Easter is the season of chocolate, decorating eggs and family gatherings. For kids, it means holidays, hat parades, yummy food and lots of fun crafts. For parents, it means a lot of planning.

Easter egg decorating traditionally involves oodles of vinegar-based dye and even more mess. In theory it’s a fun DIY activity to enjoy with the kids, in reality… a colourful, clothes stained nightmare! This Easter, it is time to ditch the dye and have a crack at creating some of these unique, exciting and child-friendly, egg decorating ideas.

Farm Animals

Whether you choose to make a fluffy sheep, little bunny, pig or chicken, Look What I Made’s animal egg decorations are too cute not to try! Why stop at one? (via Look What I Made)

Fun and easy Easter egg decorating ideas for kids

Create your very own Easter Egg Farm Animals, with Look What I Made’s creative designs (Image via Look What I Made)


Ready-made let a child’s imagination run wild a create as they get to easily create all sorts of different characters! Sewyeah’s specially designed printable puts a modern twist on traditional Easter decorations with a creative and fun circus theme. (Via Sewyeah)

Printable are such a fun and easy way for kids to decorate Easter eggs.

Sewyeah’s circus-themed printable is such a fun and creative way for kids to decorate their eggs this Easter (Image via Sewyeah)

Stickers and stick-ons

Probably the most simple and fuss-free of all decorating methods, stickers can be used to bring all sorts of ideas to life. Whether you choose to create patterns, spell out words or make faces, stickers are a very quick way to achieve a wonderful look. Design By Occassion have used 3D floral stickers to create these very pretty tulip-inspired Easter eggs. (Via Design By Occassion)

Kids can use stickers to decorate Easter eggs to achieve a quick and creative result

Stickers are an easy and quick way to decorate Easter eggs (Image via Design By Occassion)

Sharpies, paint pens, or even crayons!

Sharpies, paint pens and crayons are an easy way to add both colour and designs to your egg decorations. For younger ages, washable markers or crayons are the recommended choice! While you can go to town with background colours and patterns, Flax and Twine shows us that even something as simple as a drawn on facial expression can make for the most amazing of egg decorations. Adorable! (Via Flax and Twine)

Easy Easter egg decorating ideas for kids - Using markers to draw facial expressions is a simple way to add character to Easter egg decorations

Using markers to draw facial expressions is a simple way to add character to Easter egg decorations (Image via Flax and Twine)


Kids love painting. It is colourful, fun, and can be done using washable paint! Hooray for all! Using some yellow paint and a few extra props, It All Started With Paint have created the cutest chick Easter egg decorations! (Via It All Started With Paint)

Using paint instead of dye is an easier way for kids to decorate eggs this Easter

These cute little chicks are a wonderful Easter egg decorating idea for kids (Image via It All Started With Paint)

Easter egg decorating is all about having fun, so don’t be afraid to mix and match different ideas and try new methods. Use some stickers, paint and markers!

For more activities to keep the kids busy why not get them involved in some Easter baking! These easy cooking ideas for kids are not only fun…but very delicious!


Fun Easter baking cookbook

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