Easter is coming! It’s high time to create some awesome Easter decorations for outdoors and indoors, and of course for the table décor. You can also make some pretty things for your kids and with your kids and spend awesome time together. Today I’ll tell you how to make some awesome things from usual plastic eggs that you can buy for a couple of bucks. Let’s get started.
Dying eggs is a tradition for every Easter but let’s make a very original decoration of them – don’t be ordinary! This cute colorful eggs hanging is ideal for Easter, it will create an ambience and will take just several minutes to make it.
If you are looking for good décor ideas to surprise the closest ones, these cool moss covered eggs are right what you need. They will add a rustic feel to your Easter table and they will last for a long time, so you can use them next year, too.
No one will ever guess your happy, textured DIY Easter decorations were once cheap plastic eggs. All you need for this simple upgrade though is some tissue paper and Mod Podge and suddenly you have an Easter decoration that looks all fancy-like.
Eggs are symbolic for Easter, and if you want to make an Easter wreath, rock eggs, of course! This amazing grapevine wreath is decorated with faux flowers and blue plastic eggs, or you can paint them in some other shades.
Plastic Easter eggs turned into a funky modern spring bouquet? Why not! A little floral wire and crepe paper give an organic shape to the bouquet and more realistic flowers. I think they look like tulips before they fully open up – what do you think?
Small Christmas trees are very popular as centerpieces and why not make an Easter tree to hang not beautiful balls but painted eggs? Make colorful Easter eggs and attach string to them to hang, they will make amazing ornaments for this spring holiday.
Plastic eggs are all over the stores now. It’s too early to start stuffing them with candy and treats, how about turning them into cute cupcake decorations? Your kids will be delighted to play with them, it’s right for a play kitchen!
This Easter egg wreath is easy, so no matter how you like your eggs, just add a few fuzzy chicks just for fun. Here the plastic eggs are decorated with colorful polka dots but you can rock any décor you like, paint or decoupage them. Get inspired!
These Easter egg flowers are simple to craft and make a bright and beautiful bouquet! With only 2 supplies, you’ll have a colorful display in minutes. Go with color and choose one of every plastic egg in the set!
These Easter egg hot air balloons would be a perfect way to celebrate both spring and Easter! Because a hollow plastic egg is used as the balloon, you can fill it up with candy and give them away as little Easter presents for your friends and family!
These adorable bunny rabbits are a great project to get making this Easter. They looks like small art pieces. The main body of the rabbit is made using a fillable egg which splits in half making it perfect for hiding a few sweet treats. All you need to do is finish off with a pair of ears, some feet and a fluffy pompom tail! For a fun Easter egg hunt you could make yourself a group of bunnies along with some Easter chicks to dot around the house and the garden for little ones to find.