Easter is approaching! It’s high time to take out all your Easter decorations and think of some creative ways to decorate the eggs. Eggs are the symbol of this holiday and incorporating them as decor is a great idea, too, such decorations will scream Easter. Need some ideas to make them? Here they are!
Egg Wall Art
The first craft for today is a gorgeous button egg wall art in a frame. The piece is made on burlap, with blue buttons of various shades and in a frame. The wall art looks very rustic and cool, and the supplies are very budget-friendly, so consider making one!
Geometry is a modern trend, so why not make a cool geometric Easter egg? This tutorial will tell you how to make an ombre orange to pink geometric Easter egg wall art, which looks really cool and contemporary. Make one and add an edgy feel to your space!
This wall art contains a frame and a couple of buntings with colorful wooden Easter eggs. The eggs are painted and there are letters added to them. Then just take a vintage frame of your choice and hang the buntings on the frame, if it doesn’t have a desired look, sand and paint it as you like and voila!
If you want some colorful and rustic-inspired decor, this egg wall art will be a nice idea. These are cork coasters wrapped with bright printed fabric and plastic cut egg shapes. The coasters are tied with each other, and there are eggs on each coaster. Enjoy the bold look!
I’m head over heels about this Easter wall art! It’s a wooden egg-shaped form with a moss basket filled with eggs, flowers, greenery, pussy willow and decorated with a burlap bow. Looks totally cool and bold! Find out how to make it and decorate your indoor or outdoor space.
This is a kids-friendly craft and they will be delighted to make it! This is a gorgeous wall art made of a wooden egg frame, it’s decorated with colorful buttons attached inside. Your kids may attach all of them or create an ombre look or any other look they like. Have fun together with them!
Here’s one more idea that can be realized by kids as well as adults: this is a washi tape egg wall art. Making colorful washi tape Easter eggs is very easy, and then you’ll just have to attach them to some cardboard or paper and add a frame. You can also make some buntings of these washi tape eggs.
Your children are welcome to realize this craft! This is a geometric egg art piece in a frame, the egg is made of geometric paper in various colors. to make it stand out, attach the egg to a black or white paper, and add a frame, that’s it!
These colorful egg-shaped card holders are right what you need for your Easter brunch. They are pastel-colored and faceted, they will add a modern and edgy feel to your tablescape. The card holders are made of oven bake clay and look very cool, while the whole craft won’t take much time. What a great and trendy idea!
This egg-shaped pillow will be a nice accessory not only at Easter but also in other time, too, it’s sewn using bright and geometric fabric and features an egg shape. Add a zip to fill the pillow with what you like and to make washing it from time to time. Enjoy!
These vases remind of speckled Easter eggs, they are made of wine tumblers, which were painted with acrylic paints. Make a trio or a duo and put some fresh blooms and greenery into vases to create adorable Easter centerpieces or just to decorate your mantel and shelves.
Some egg-shaped soy wax candles will be a nice decoration for the table setting or a fun favor for the Easter party. Make them colorful, put on stands and decorate the table – or just any space you want, they can be placed everywhere. Or pack them into some paper and give to your guests as favors. Voila!
There are not only Christmas and Halloween trees, you can make one for almost any holiday! Make your own Easter tree and decorate it with bold watercolor egg ornaments. Use rubber alcohol to achieve that cool watercolor look and make your Easter super bright and trendy this year!
Polymer clay is ideal to make colorful Easter egg ornaments! Take the colors you like, mix them up to achieve a marble effect and add chain with loops inside the egg to hang them when they are dry. Read the whole tutorial to find out how to make such ornaments.
Here’s another craft with polymer clay but it’s plain and white. Make some flat Easter eggs and when they are dry, just paint them using color block techniques. Don’t forget to make holes in the eggs to hang them later. Voila!