There are so many cute Easter eggs out there, bloggers and crafters are the most talented people. I was looking for inspiration to create some of my own Easter eggs to share with you but I ran into so many beautiful ideas, I decided to create a collage of ideas instead.
I did however add one of my ideas on the end. ;-)
I am in love with these gorgeous blue and gold speckled robin eggs from Honestly Yum. Aren’t they lovely?
and these blue ombre eggs from Country Living are my favorite. Can you believe they were created using regular grocery store food coloring?
Check out these beautiful marbleized eggs from Martha Stewart.
and colorful rubber cement eggs via UnsophistiCook,
I’m am so attracted to these painted farm fresh eggs via Joy Ever After. They were drawn on using a white paint pen. Pretty huh?
Can you believe them amazing colors came from natural ingredients? Find out how to do this yourself on Mommy Potamus.
You can write anything you would like on these chalkboard eggs by Oleander and Palm.
or you can write straight on the eggs like Obviously Sweet.
You can get get diva on with these glamorous glitter eggs via Miss_Kris.
or these breathtakingly stunning turquoise and gold eggs from BHG
These scratch technology eggs via Andreas Blog were done using a dental drill. What an awesome idea. She is very talented.
Decoupage eggs are beautiful. I love these ones via Craft & Creativity
and these ones by Martha Stewart.
and these ones from Good House Keeping.
These metallic Easter eggs from Martha Stewart were created by decoupaging gold leaf on eggs
and these eggs by Say Not Sweet Anne were created by decoupaging on egg shells.
There are so many cute ideas now for filling eggs with fun and yummy surprises like
these dreamy robin egg cake truffles from Bubble and Sweet. Wow, can you say yum?
or these chocolate filled Easter eggs from Martha Stewart.
Check out these hollow chocolate Easter eggs that you can easily fill with surprise treats from Sandra Denneler and She Knows.
Or if you prefer, you could paint eggs to hide treats in like these eggs from Herz-Allerliebst.
or these adorable polka dotted eggs with a message inside from DIY Cozy Home.
Eggs are great for decorating your Easter table as well. These table flower eggs from Good Housekeeping are perfect for a kid’s Easter table,
these carrot eggs would look great as well,
even these egg bunnies from Martha Stewart would look adorable.
These moss eggs from Martha Stewart would be a great addition to any adult Easter table.
and eggs mixed with flowers
like these from Martha Stewart, practically scream Easter.
You could also use eggs as name cards. I created these in minutes by simply writing letters on eggs with a paint marker and filling them in with stripes.
Eggs are even great by themselves on a table like in this picture of splattered eggs via: Home Stories A to Z.
Easter Eggs are so fun and whimsical, they really help bring in the spirit of spring and Easter into our homes especially when there are so many fun options.
I hope this gave you some great ideas and I hope you have a lovely Easter holiday,