Yarn Easter EggsThese are fun to make and take only a few minutes.
Making Marbleized Easter EggsFor a beautiful decorated Easter egg, try a marbleized effect. This page has tips for using nail polish and food coloring to create these unique eggs.
Standing Ninja EggsMy little nieces and nephews adore ninjas, so I thought we could make some out of eggs for Easter this year. These ninjas wear coloured belts made of ribbon, and have little swords on their backs that are made of toothpicks. The swords double up as a way to keep the ninjas standing up without any other support!
DIY Deluxe Easter EggsUsing candle wax make lovely unique Easter eggs in multiple colors. This is a page about DIY deluxe Easter eggs.
Making Fruity Pebbles Easter EggsTry this fruity variation of the popular rice cereal treat. This is a page about making Fruity Pebbles Easter eggs.
Egg DioramasThese are adorable hanging above a table from a light fixture. They are eggs with tiny scenes inside.
Nail Polish Marbled EggsI used my ThriftyFun post "Easy Marbled Nail Art" for inspiration to make these eggs. All you need is a bowl of water and nail polish to make these little beauties. I used three colours, but you can use as many as you like!
Deluxe Easter EggsAdd some fun to this year's Easter egg hunt by making luxury Easter eggs. The kids can help, and the whole family can have fun together!
Eggshell Mosaic Easter EggsIf you're looking for a fun craft that all the family can do at Easter, then why not try decorating some eggs with eggshell mosaic. All you need to do is to save some eggshells after cooking, paint them and break the segments into lots of little pieces to make your mosaic designs.
Egg Carton Easter EggsA way to make Easter eggs that you can fill with treats made with egg cartons.
Easter EggsIt's getting to be time for dyeing Easter eggs with the kids. Here are some techniques for getting some unique looking eggs for the baskets. Be sure to post your favorite tips here too.
Fabric Covered Easter EggsFill a basket with these easy and pretty fabric-covered foam eggs. Cut fabric into half-inch wide strips. Vary the fabrics on each egg for an interesting look. Mix solids and prints as desired.