Earlier this year, you know the HGTV.com editorial team was busy crafting away for Easter. I mean, give us a reason to get out the glitter and we’re there. Our favorite crafting session was when we gathered — spring-y snacks by our side — to decorate Easter eggs. Partnered with a host of materials, we were ready to create our masterpieces. These ideas are perfect for crafty little hands, so grab the kids and re-create these traditional and trendy ideas in your own home.
Washi Tape: Cut strips of plain or patterned washi tape to create a mod design.
Freehand Doodles: Use permanent markers on plain or dyed eggs to draw phrases, graphics and trendy patterns, like this pretty ikat design.
Thread-Wrapped: Coil yarn or string around paper mache eggs for long-lasting Easter accessories. (Watch Weekday Crafternoon to learn how to make this egg design!)
Glittered Stickers: Place glue dots or glue strips on plain or dyed eggs and cover in glitter for a sparkling look.
Bejeweled: Give your eggs a touch of glam by adding colorful, stick-on rhinestones.
Dip-Dyed: Take the dip-dye trend to your Easter eggs. Use washi tape to keep lines straight, and start dipping into your favorite hues.
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