I like pretty things. I also love the Pinterest aesthetic, but as a busy mom, I need things to be easy. If you can relate, you’re definitely going to want to pin today’s beautiful Easter eggs post. I’ve rounded up the prettiest Easter eggs that are also easy to decorate! I have personally made each of these Easter egg decoration ideas, so you can trust that they are all tried, true, and Fab Everyday approved. Here are 11 easy but fabulous Easter eggs decorating ideas!
Rice Shake Easter Eggs
This list of fabulous Easter eggs starts with a classic. It’s hard to beat the simple beauty of rice shake decorated Easter eggs, and they are fun to do with the kids. Get the instructions on Crafty Morning here.
Oil Marbled Easter Eggs
This simple but gorgeous design takes your rice shake Easter eggs to another level with a beautiful, multi-colored marbling effect added. Get the oil marbled Easter egg instructions on Crafty Morning here.
Gold Leaf Easter Eggs
What’s more fabulous than gold? It’s actually really easy to make gold leaf decorated Easter eggs. You can either make completely metallic eggs, or do patches of gold leaf on top of jewel tone dyed Easter eggs. See how to make metallic gold leaf Easter eggs on Martha Stewart’s YouTube channel here.
Decoupage Chinoiserie Easter Eggs
Decoupage is an easy way to dress up Easter eggs into something fancier. These Chinoiserie Easter eggs are stunning, but really easy to make with some decorative paper napkins and Mod Podge. Get the instructions on StoneGable here.
Decoupage Book Print Easter Eggs
Another fabulous decoupage idea are these book page Easter eggs. After decoupaging with cutouts from a book (I chose a book of poetry), I tied a piece of twine around the eggs to add to the overall aesthetic. Get the decoupage book print Easter eggs instructions on StoneGable here.
Glitter Easter Eggs
Don’t underestimate the power of beautifully colored glitter to make some fabulous Easter eggs. Just coat the eggs in adhesive and roll them into glitter, and you have beautiful Easter eggs in just minutes.
Black and White Easter Eggs
There is something so classically chic about the color combination of black & white. These are not only the prettiest Easter eggs, but also ridiculously easy to make. The beautiful Easter eggs pictured above were decorated using a black Sharpie marker, some washi tape, and black chalkboard spray paint (including one spray painted while wrapped with some rubber bands for a cool white striping effect). See the inspiration for these black & white Easter eggs from this pin and this pin.
Faux Concrete Easter Eggs
One of my favorite of these fabulous Easter eggs decorating ideas are these faux concrete eggs. I actually used some of the leftover materials from when we did our DIY concrete patio resurfacing, but you can also get instructions for a similar look from The Country Chic Cottage here.
Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs
I’ve always loved the way naturally dyed Easter eggs look, especially when you incorporate stamps from real leaves. Get the instructions for these beautiful natural dye Easter eggs on Paper Thin Moon here.
Water Color Drip Easter Eggs
These water color drip Easter eggs not only look beautiful but also couldn’t be easier to make. Get the watercolor drip Easter eggs instructions on Persia Lou here.
Water Color Gingham Stripe Easter Eggs
Another way to use watercolor to make fabulous Easter eggs is to paint them with stripes in a checkered pattern. the effect looks just like gingham stripes, and it is quick and easy to make them. Choose any color you like to make these water color gingham Easter eggs.
I hope you are inspired by these fabulous Easter eggs ideas! Be sure to pin this post to use for future Easter holidays, too, and check out more Easter inspiration from Fab Everyday below.