Easter is around the corner and we wanted to share some fun and creative easter egg ideas from some seriously creative people. I don’t know about you, but I am so excited to ditch the dye and vinegar and get crackin’ on some of these great ideas!
Sharpies + egg = super cool project from Alisa Burke.
A fun way to get the kids involved would be to let them take watercolor and paint over your Sharpie creation. Together you can create a masterpiece still life thanks to Alisa Burke again!
Sure way to excite your kids about lunch! You could even hide them around the yard and have them search for the eggs. I love that the shells are washable— so you could make this a monthly adventure thanks to Gluesticks.
Kinda like a message in a bottle, but more like a message in an egg. Do you dig it?
Give eggshells a second life as planters! Let your kids be involved in watering and watch these flowers bloom.
Have any creative Easter egg ideas to share?
I know we have some very creative readers and would love to hear what you are doing for Easter this year.