Oh Easter, you sure snuck up on me this year. Easter is less than a week away, but wasn’t it just Valentine’s Day? You blink and the next holiday is already here. I have no idea what the plans are this year and I’m a little bummed because my niece and nephew now live in California so the whole running around helping kids with their Easter egg hunt won’t be happening. Kids have all the fun on Easter, but it doesn’t have to be that way. All the ideas below are super fun for all ages, I kinda wish I was having an Easter get together so we could play the confetti egg game. I really want to spread cheer by covering people in glitter.
I love seeing how creative people get when it comes to egg decorating, whether it’s something totally random like pineapple eggs or using tiny wooden eggs as name settings. I’m constantly surprised by the things people come up with when it comes to this holiday and even like this roundup better than my Easter egg post from last year. How are you decorating your eggs this year?
Botanical Easter Eggs | The House That Lars Built – These 18th century inspired botanical eggs are so beautiful. I haven’t seen any eggs like this and the matte black background is so classic. If you’re just looking to pretty up the table for Easter, these eggs are the ones for you.
DIY Party: Confetti Egg Game | Oh Happy Day – What could be more fun than dying eggs, filling them with confetti (or fruity flakes, or whatever you want really) and then smashing them on your friends heads showering them with confetti! I don’t think anything sounds better than this.
Watercolor Letter Easter Eggs | Oh Happy Day – Imagine all the things you could letter on your eggs, not to mention the color combinations. You could letter Happy Easter and put them up on a mantle. Or maybe an egg pun #EGGCELLENT.
DIY Easter Egg Name Settings | The House That Lars Built – These are adorable. Not only are they cute because they’re so simple but they’re actually really tiny and tiny cute things win over my heart.
DIY Bouffant Easter Eggs | Studio DIY – Too much cute! Aren’t these girly ’50s bouffant Easter eggs just delightful? Imagine the possibilities! Pink hair, purple hair, cat eyes, red lips, rosy cheeks. Endless egg possibilities.
DIY Pineapple Easter Eggs | Studio DIY – For all you pineapple obsessed individuals out there, this one’s for you! These pineapple Easter eggs are just too much fun and great if you’re dying for some brightness in your life.