So here it is pretty late in this whole Easter game and you’re starting to freak out a bit. Unless you’re a craft blogger you probably haven’t already whipped up a good 4 dozen or so eggs all gorgeously decorated. Because you’re normal. Instead of searching for ideas and wigging out about how Pinterest does Easter better than you, I’m going to show you 20 last minute Easter egg projects that can be seriously last minute. Supplies are minimal for these and I do believe almost everything you’d need for any of them you can grab at that big super store on the way home.
And just in case you’re wondering about how super on top of it for Easter this craft blogger is, just know that I have started writing this post at 11:35 pm the night before. Because we craft bloggers are constantly on it! (not really, if others say they are then they are lying :)
Say hello to some super fun and ridiculously easy tattoo eggs.
Eggs Eggs and More Eggs via Jane Can…
You don’t have to be an amazing artist to show off hand painted eggs this Easter.
Watercolor Floral Eggs via Dream a Little Bigger
The tie dye lover is all about multiple colors in one place. You’ll need to make your own as these are not sold in VW vans by the side of the road.
Tie Dyed Easter Eggs via Frugal Mom eh!
These multi-colored and gold wonders remind me of court jesters but in a classy way and I think that is fab.
Kaleidoscope Easter Eggs via Sparkle Living
Because every kid loves sprinkles, or at least it seems so as they all fight for the last sprinkle doughnut in the box.
DIY Sprinkle Eggs via Let’s Mingle
Splatter paint was hot in the 80’s. So hot. Let’s bring it back because it was awesome. Or should I say bitchin’?!
Eggs Eggs and More Eggs via Jane Can…
How much easier can it get than a black Sharpie? You may not even need to go to the store for this one. Score!
Super Easy Easter Egg DIY with Sharpies via Paper & Stitch
Um, what kid wouldn’t totally freak out over scented Easter eggs? Because I did and I’m like… old.
Gold is always classy except when it’s not. Don’t worry, I’ve got so much class I should have been a teacher.
Abstract Gold Leaf Easter Eggs via Dream a Little Bigger
Kids dig crystals. These beauties are easily made with salt!
Crystal Eggs via Bitz & Giggles
You know I had no idea a Narwhal is a real thing. It freaking is people and that is amazing!
Narwhal Easter Eggs via a Joyful Riot
Raid the bathroom cabinets and bust out the nail polish. Tweens and older should really get a kick out of this.
Nail Varnish Eggs via The Things She Makes
Doesn’t Mr. Handlebar look so tough? And that studious fellow to the side is quite dapper! These are surprisingly easy to make.
Mustache Men Eggs via by Wilma
Minions. That’s all I need to say because Minions.
Dyed Minion Easter Eggs via A Pumpkin & a Princess
These guys are paper mache and use paper marbling techniques. Aren’t they fabulous?
DIY Marbled Paper Mache Easter Eggs via Vitamini Handmade
I’ve seen my fair share of marbled Easter eggs, but these gorgeous blues are striking (and mistakes less noticeable!)
Marble Egg with Nail Polish via Skona Hem
Who doesn’t love Kool Aid? Sure you’ve seen the eggs dyed with the powdered stuff, but have you seen these awesome drippy ones yet?
Kool Aide Dyed Easter Eggs via Freutcake
If you want some cool and super mod eggs that even the kiddos can easily do, check this one out. Several more and they’re all neat and look awesome.
Galaxy eggs? You don’t have to love space to think these guys are out of this world! (sorry, had to)
Galaxy Easter Egg Tutorial via Dream a Little Bigger
Super cute but not necessarily for the latex allergic, for obvious reasons.
Balloon Easter Eggs via a Joyful Riot
Just in case you’re in the mood to grab an old school dye kit, grab a whisk or two while you’re at it. Soo much easier!
And if you’re not into eating boiled eggs save them for scrambling instead, check out these fake jobbies at Walmart. And they are $2 a dozen which I believe is cheaper than real eggs! Just don’t dye them traditionally in the little cups. The package says you can but you can’t. They look straight up like crap.
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