As much as we’re fans of the tried-and-true methods of Easter egg decorating, we like to think of new and creative ways to dress up our eggs in their festive best. Here are a few kid-approved egg decorating alternatives that stay away from colored food dyes while still offering up an hour or two of crafty fun.
Not for those who fear messes, these eggs from Sew and the City boast a little bling for Easter. While these would be cool just on their own, we like the idea of putting them on a stick and arranging them into a egg-bouquet that would make a neat centerpiece for Easter brunch.
How do you decorate your Easter eggs? Share your tips in a comment below.
— Scott Wardell and Susie Foresman