Ombre Easter Eggs

Ombre Easter Eggs

I have so many fond memories of Easter as a child. We would visit my great-grandmother’s house for a huge egg hunt with all of our extended family — I looked forward to that every year. The best part of Easter for me was always decorating the eggs.

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Colored Sugar Easter Eggs

Colored Sugar Easter Eggs

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Imperial Sugar. As usual, all opinions and photos are my own.

I’ve got another fun way to decorate Easter Eggs to share with you today — this time using colored sugar! The great thing about these Easter Eggs is that every supply is edible — so your kids can eat the hard-boiled eggs without worrying about toxic ingredients.

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Pipe Cleaner Bunny Easter Eggs Preschool Craft

Bunny Easter Eggs

We are just a *little* bit obsessed with bunnies in our house. I don’t know if it’s their fluffy tails or their long ears, or the fact that they *bounce,* but when spring rolls around, our toddler loves to point out each and every bunny he sees. So, I thought I’d give him a head start this Easter with this Bunny Easter Eggs Preschool Craft.

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Glitter Dot Easter Eggs

Glitter Dot Easter Eggs

I’ve seen these Glitter Dot Easter Eggs around the web, but I never thought they could be as easy as they are. There’s a secret to getting perfectly-shaped glitter dots, and I can’t wait to share it with you!

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Tie Dye Easter Eggs

Tie Dye Easter Eggs

All you need is some paper towels and food coloring to add a super-fun tie dye effect to your Easter eggs. I think this just might be my new favorite way to decorate hard-boiled eggs.

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Monogram Easter Eggs

Monogram Easter Eggs

What’s the one thing that makes everything better? A monogram, of course! I’m a huge fan of monograms in jewelry and on accessories, and the Monogram Easter Eggs are so fun. They’re a great way to personalize your Easter eggs.

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Melted Crayon Easter Eggs

Melted Crayon Easter Eggs

We’ve celebrated Easter with our son for the past two years, but this will be the first year that we’ve actually decorated Easter eggs with him. The thought of buckets of vinegar-laced dyes does not inspire happy feelings for me. So I’ve been hunting (haha, see what I did there?) some toddler-friendly ways to decorate hard-boiled eggs. We had a lot of fun making these Melted Crayon Easter eggs — I think we’ve found a winner!

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