Two dozen more ways to decorate Easter Eggs (& a winner & a surprise)

I had so much fun with this year’s Eggstravaganza that I’m already hatching plans for next year’s Eggstravaganza! If you’ve not yet found the perfect Easter egg craft, I’ve shared links below to many more creative ways to decorate Easter eggs. Click on through this list for more than two dozen ways to decorate Easter eggs using paper, twine, yarn, fabric, napkins, glitter, and even old t-shirts. And oh yes, I’m announcing winner of the most Eggscellent Prize Package, too.

Easter Egg Topiary

These are fun! Topsy, turvy Easter Egg Topiaries made with napkins, Mod Podge, and Styrofoam eggs.  CraftsnCoffee.com

Easter Egg Topiaries by Kathleen George.

Vintage, Glittered Eggs

how to make glittered Easter Eggs

Glittered Peek-a-Boo Eggs by Rebekah Meier.

Mini Mosaic Egg

how to make tile mosaic eggs

Mini Mosaic Eggs by Aysha Shurman.

Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

Very cool - these are made with an old, tie-dye t-shirt. CraftsnCoffee.com.

Tie-Dye Easter Eggs by Kathleen George.

Tissue & Ribbon Eggs

Mod Podge Easter eggs with tissue paper & ribbon. Easy! CraftsnCoffee.com.  #Easter #Crafts #Decoupage #ModPodge

Tissue Paper & Ribbon Eggs by Kathleen George.

Faux Chocolate Easter Eggs

These look so real, but they're faux chocolate eggs made with old crayons. Tutorial on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Faux Chocolate Eggs by Kathleen George.

Fresh & Fancy, Fabric & Foam Eggs

These are classic, but look really cool with the modern Michael Miller fabrics. Tutorial on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Bright, Modern Fabric Eggs by Kathleen George.

Vintage, Decoupage Easter Eggs

DIY French Post Eggs with Mod Podge. #Easter #Crafts #Eggs #ModPodge #FrenchPost Tutorial on CraftsnCoffee.com

French Post Eggs and Ancient Text Eggs by Rebekah Meier.

Twine Easter Eggs

Darline! Love how the colorful, felt flowers and pins dress up these Twine Wrapped Easter Eggs.  DIY on CraftsnCoffee.com. #Easter #Egg #Twine #Crafts

Twine Wrapped Eggs by Patty Schaffer.

Vintage, Mixed Media Eggs

Vintage Easter egg craft ideas on CraftsnCoffee.com.  #Easter #Egg #Crafts #Buttons #Lace

Vintage, Mixed Media Easter Eggs by Rebekah Meier.

Paint Chip Flower Easter Eggs

DIY paint chip flower Easter Eggs. So pretty! CraftsnCoffee.com

Punched Paint Chip Flower Easter Egg by Patty Schaffer.

Yarn Wrapped Eggs

Learn how to make these pretty, yarn-wrapped Easter eggs on CraftsnCoffee.com.  #Easter #Egg #Crafts

Yarn Wrapped Eggs by Kathleen George.

Stamped Spa Eggs

I could use these on my desk! Easy to make with clay and foam eggs, and not just for Easter! CraftsnCoffee.com.

Stamped Spa Eggs by Diane Flowers.

Spring Eggs (made with girl’s tights)

Cute & "best-dressed eggs" made with little girl's repurposed tights. What a fun way to use old, torn tights. CraftsnCoffee.com.

Spring Eggs by Kathleen George.

Safari Eggs

Cover your foam eggs with fun ribbons to make these Safari Eggs. Great for year-round decor (not just Easter). CraftsnCoffee.com.   de with ribbons

Animal Print Safari Eggs by Kathleen George.

Ombre Easter Eggs

Easy Ombre Easter Eggs. Tissue paper + foam eggs + Mod Podge. CraftsnCoffee.com.

Ombre Easter Eggs by Kathleen George.

Washi Tape Easter Eggs

Washi Tape fun! And love the bigger size when you use Styrofoam eggs. Tutorial for Washi Tape Eggs on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Washi Tape Eggs by Kathleen George.

Before I announce the winner, I want to say “thank you” to my daughter. She helped shop for the most Eggscellent Prize Package, and last night, she helped me tally the entries, assign the numbers, and then draw the winner. In fact, it was so much fun that she said “can’t I draw a runner up?” Well, o.k. . . . And then she asked if she could draw another and another . . . so, I have one grand prize winner to announce today, and five runners up!

First, the grand prize winner of the Most Eggscellent Prize Package is Debbie from Sewing Like My Grandmother Did. Congratulations!

Then, my daughter picked five more names who will win a chocolate Easter bunny and a crafty surprise! The five runners up are: Studio Rose, LisaM6, Debbie Kaste, Katiria, and Barb Macaskill.

Please contact me, ladies, so I can arrange for your prizes.

Thank you to everyone who followed along with the Eggstravaganza. I had a lot of fun, and I so appreciate each and every reader and comment. Be sure to spread the word and share Crafts ‘n Coffee with your friends. I’d love to have them join us, too.

Happy crafting!

Sharon

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20 Responses to Two dozen more ways to decorate Easter Eggs (& a winner & a surprise)

  1. These are great ideas, and congrats to all the winners! So nice there was more than 1 winner! Happy Easter to all!

  2. rfnancy says:

    Congratulations to all the Winners!! I think there is enough Gorgeous Egg Ideas here to keep me busy for many Easters to come!

    Huggs, Nancy

  3. Angie Dyer says:

    Love all the Easter egg choices! Congrats to the winners!

  4. Barbara McGinnis says:

    Had so much fun covering my eggs with animal print tissue. I covered six and I am not crafty at all.

  5. studiorose says:

    How exciting is that – your daughter has some great ideas! (Give her a hug for me!) Thank you both so very much! My husband is looking forward to that chocolate bunny. :)

    • Sharon says:

      Thanks, it was a fun night. I just wish we could have kept pulling names and made everyone a winner! Please be sure to send me your shipping address. And I won’t tell if you don’t share the bunny! Sharon

  6. Katiria says:

    bye the way these egg ideas are great- I can’t pick just one

  7. Katiria says:

    Wow thank you Sharon and Sharon’s daughter !!!! and Congratulations to Debbie, Studio Rose, LisaM6, Debbie Kaste, and Barb.

  8. Diane W. says:

    I’m sorry I didn’t win. Cute idea by your daughter to have runner ups. I have enjoyed all the egg ideas and will post some pictures on the facebook page after I finish some eggs. Such a great newsletter full of ideas. Thank you.

    • Sharon says:

      I’m sorry, too, Diane! I wish I could send everyone a prize. Thank you so much for following the Eggstravaganza, and for reading Crafts ‘n Coffee, too. Happy crafting! Sharon

  9. LisaM6 says:

    Now I know what I bought the pins for last year. To make the flower covered eggs. I hope to get this room finished to make them this year. Thanks! Hope you have a great weekend. It will be birthday and track for my daughter. Senior Year!!!!
    Thanks again! Love your blog!!!!!

    • Sharon says:

      I hope you find the time to make the eggs this year, and get that craft room finished. Sounds like you’ll have a busy spring, though — good luck! And thanks so much for reading Crafts ‘n Coffee. Sharon

  10. YAY!! Thank you! I have sent my mailing info to you. Congratulations to the other five winners! Enjoy your goodies and Happy Easter!

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