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More of the Coolest Easter Eggs Ever

I just posted some really cool idea for decorating eggs this Easter.

Check it out here: Coolest Easter Eggs Ever

However, I found so many great ideas for eggs that I just had to add a few more.

Enjoy!

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  • Snorkeling Easter Eggs 1 of 15
    Snorkeling Easter Eggs
    How cute are these eggs? Just dip half of the eggs, use the lid of a water bottle and cut up some straws.
    Source: She Knows Decorate This
  • Glitter Easter Eggs 2 of 15
    Glitter Easter Eggs
    My daughters love glitter so the chances of me doing lots of glitter eggs this Easter are pretty high. I love these glitter polka dots.
    Source: A Pumpkin and a Princess
  • Rainbow Jello Easter Eggs 3 of 15
    Rainbow Jello Easter Eggs
    While this is technically not an actual egg, these Jello eggs are loved by my kids.
    Source: Thrive.
  • Crocheted Easter Eggs 4 of 15
    Crocheted Easter Eggs
    Another one that is not an egg but how cute are these crocheted Easter eggs? Now I just have to learn how to crochet.
    Source: Petals to Picots
  • Melted Crayon Easter Eggs 5 of 15
    Melted Crayon Easter Eggs
    What parents doesn't have tons of crayons around their house? Use those crayons while the eggs are still hot so that the wax melts and gives this great effect.
    Source: Knockout Blog
  • Paper Mache Easter Eggs 6 of 15
    Paper Mache Easter Eggs
    Another cute idea if you are looking for an egg alternative. You can put treats inside these paper mache eggs.
    Source: Not Martha
  • Deviled Easter Eggs 7 of 15
    Deviled Easter Eggs
    Every wondered what to do with those leftover Easter eggs? Once the kids find them, whip up a batch of these super cute deviled eggs.
    Source: It's Written on the Wall
  • Damask Easter Eggs 8 of 15
    Damask Easter Eggs
    I am big fan of damask and I love a little decoupage. Combine the two together for these very creative eggs.
    Source: DESIGNandCREATE on Etsy
  • Speckled Eggs 9 of 15
    Speckled Eggs
    I love the realistic look of these speckled eggs.
    Source: Crafts by Amanda
  • Cake Baked in the Easter Eggs 10 of 15
    Cake Baked in the Easter Eggs
    Break the eggs for a cake and keep the shells to bake your cake into it. Crack the eggs to eat your cake.
    Source: Lait Fraise
  • Alien Easter Eggs 11 of 15
    Alien Easter Eggs
    My son loves to get creative with his Easter eggs and these aliens are the perfect thing for him.
    Source: Disney Family
  • Hot Glue Easter Eggs 12 of 15
    Hot Glue Easter Eggs
    I never even considered using hot glue on my Easter eggs. Use the glue gun to drizzle hot glue. Let it dry and then dye your eggs. Peel off the glue or dye again and check out the designs.
    Source: Creative Connections for Kids
  • Doodle Easter Eggs 13 of 15
    Doodle Easter Eggs
    I have a slight Sharpie obsession. I own them in pretty much every color. And these Doodle eggs are the perfect outlet for my Sharpies.
    Source: Alisa Burke
  • Mustachioed Easter Eggs 14 of 15
    Mustachioed Easter Eggs
    Doesn't a mustache just make everything better and cooler? Of course it does. You can draw them out or cut them out of construction paper.
    Source: Oh What Fun
  • Henna Easter Eggs 15 of 15
    Henna Easter Eggs
    I have long loved the art of henna after attending an Indian wedding several years ago. It is beautiful and these eggs look amazing with the henna.
    Source: Our Eyes Eat First
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HOW DOES YOUR FAMILY CELEBRATE EASTER?

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