As promised here’s a collection of some of the cutest homemade Easter Egg and Easter Banner decorating Ideas I’ve found on the web.
It’s hard to find white Easter eggs in Spain so these might just do the trick.
Create this fun bold graphic look using rubber bands of varying widths. Just wrap the egg with the rubber band before dunking it in dye. How easy is that? Make sure to wash the rubber band well between uses to ensure a crisp white edge. Banded egg dyed Easter eggs – Better Homes & Gardens
Tired of dying your eggs year after year? Just look at how cute a hand painted egg can be. A steady pulse is needed for smaller designs, but you can let your imagination go wild while adding a truly personalized touch to your Easter, Hand painted Easter eggs from Sugar and Charm
These adorable little critters are created by adhering pastel origami paper to the egg with a light coating of decoupage . Animal Easter eggs from Family Circle
This water color egg design just screams Easter to me. It’s easier to make than it may seem, though it is a bit time consuming, the result is definitely worth the effort. Its all about color saturation and getting the right shades to create an ombre effect. Water color eggs from Spoon Fork Bacon
This Easter bunny garland can be made with scrapbook paper or fabric for a sturdier garland that will stand the test of time. The pattern is so easy that anyone can replicate it. Even those like myself, who can barely cut a straight line. Pottery Barn Inspired No-Sew Easter Bunny Banner from attagirlsays.com
These adorable origami Easter bunnies are perfect if you’re looking for a more 3D design to your garland. The easy to follow step by step tutorial will have you folding these bucks like a pro in no time. . DIY Origami Bunny Garland from hellobee.com
This bunny and chick garland is perfect for the kids room. All you need is some pastel felt for the egg and felt bunny and chicks if you can find them. Though stickers will work just fine as well. The combinations are endless. Cute Bunny & Chick Easter Egg Garland from littleredwindow.com
And for those who don’t want to forget the reason for the season. Here are some easy toddler friendly crafts to do with your children while talking about the most Holy of days.
This finger painted cross is just the thing for younger kids who love to get a little messy. Or you could glue cut out tissue paper onto a transparent piece of paper for a wonderful sun catcher effect by the window. Cross Fingerprinted Craft- Meaningful Mama.
This baby Jesus easter egg is a perfect project for the little ones if you don’t want to go the route of Jesus on the cross just yet. Jesus in an Eggshell- from freefuneaster.com
I’d love to see and hear about your cute Easter creations. Hope this has served as some inspiration. Happy Easter crafting!