Easy Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

It's not Easter without bright Spring-colored Easter eggs to decorate. Whether hidden around the house for the kids to hunt or set up as a creative centerpiece, Easter eggs are a key component to every family's celebration. From native Texas animals to more traditional decorations, we have some wonderfully simple ideas for you and your family.

How to Make Cascarones

Cascarones are a cross between an Easter egg and a piñata. Unlike traditional hard‑boiled Easter eggs, cascarones don't require any time in a bubbling bath and are straightforward to make at home with your family. Follow five easy steps to create your own cascarones and start a new Easter tradition!

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EGGadillo is a real Texas Easter egg decoration. The beloved armadillo is native to Texas—and are even more adorable in egg form. Using an avocado, a popular chip-aisle item, and basic office supplies, you can bring this life-like miniature Texas mascot to life for Easter Sunday. You can even put one in your garden.

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PenEGGuins are ideal for decorating Easter eggs. If eggs could walk, they'd waddle just like penguins. Follow the easy instructions using construction paper, marshmallows and a few other simple items and you can make a whole colony—arctic habitat and all.

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Hatchling is a true symbol of life and starting fresh. Barely out of its broken shell, a just hatched chick is awkward and endearing. Using food coloring, pipe cleaners, and other easy-to-find H-E-B products, making a bunch of chicks will be easy and fun for everyone. Fill your chicken coop this Easter with Hatchlings and eggs.

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The Easter Egg Bunny is a beautiful and simple decoration your family will love. Using eggs and art foam, you and your family will enjoy making perfect little bunnies for your favorite April holiday.

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Ba Ba Egg Sheep is perfect for Easter eggs. Using simple home and art supplies, you can create the cuddliest egg. Both adults and kids will enjoy decorating Easter egg lambs. You won't even need to get your hands colored from Easter egg dye. How easy it that?

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Stripes are a stylish take on the more traditional, solid-color-dyed Easter egg decorations. Using tape, rubber bands, and dye, this extremely low-maintenance striping method will make every room in your home vibrantly stunning. Mix all color schemes and behold your beautiful centerpiece. Be sure to hide them well—kids will spot those beaming stripes easily.

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