Easter is right around the corner and that means it’s time to get your baskets ready! There’s no need to hide the same old plastic eggs that you’ve been using for the past three years, anymore. Time to get creative with it! We’ve put together a list of fun and easy egg crafts to do with your kids, or even all by yourself. Keep scrolling and maybe you’ll find some inspiration to make some egg-cellent eggs this Easter.

Unicorns are great all the time, but they’re especially awesome for Easter.

In order to make one, you’ll need to buy some wooden eggs from a craft store. Paint the egg white and let it dry. Drop the egg in some dye and paste a mane on it using faux-fur. Use felt to make the ears and gold paper to make the horn. After you’re done, put a star sticker on its cheek and add some glitter.

A dyed egg is the perfect place to put a garden!

Just paint different colored X’s all over with a dot of yellow in their center. They’ll blend right in with their surroundings for your annual egg hunt.

Sending lovely messages to people on Easter is a great idea.

Paint wooden eggs whatever color you’d like. Then using white paint, carefully write messages on them. These would be awesome to use in an Easter egg hunt.

Nothing says Easter better than a bunny.

Paint a wooden egg whatever color you’d like your bunny to be and let it dry. Paint white spots for the bunny’s belly. Create the ears by using felt and faux-fur. Then glue a small piece of wire to the ears, and glue it to the bunny. Finally, glue some fake flowers all around the ears.

These speckled eggs are fun and easy to make!

First, take some plastic eggs and spray paint them. Thentake a toothbrush dipped in paint and use the bristles to flick the paint all over the egg.

These speckled eggs are fun and easy to make!

Eggs wrapped in twine bring a whole new vibe to your Easter basket.

Take a ceramic egg, and using a glue stick, attach a bit of twine to one end of the egg. Gradually wrap the twine around the egg, making sure to adhere glue in small portions.

These adorable little bunnies are pretty simple to make.

Take a white egg and draw a little face on it. Cut the ears out of felt and glue them onto the egg. Don’t forget to put a cute little cotton tail on there, too.

The sprinkled eggs are perfect for Easter.

Make sure your eggs are white and then take different colors of paint to draw lines all over it. It won’t take much time at all and they’re super cute!

Try branching out of the typical dyed eggs this year.

Make sure you use faux eggs for this one. Also, you can find fake feathers at most craft stores. All you need to do is glue some feathers onto the egg using Modge Podge.

These splattered eggs look fun, but messy, to make.

Take a toothbrush and fling paint all over some white eggs. But make sure not to get too crazy and fling it on your white floor.

These splattered eggs look fun, but messy, to make.

Keeping it au naturale is sometimes the best way to go.

Using a white paint pen, draw designs on an uncolored egg. This is a really great way to get your creative juices flowing.

Feel like throwing some chocolate eggs into the mix this year?

All you need to do it spray paint plastic eggs the color brown. The best part of it all is that they can be used year after year.

Fake flowers have so many different uses.

Get creative it. Gerbera daisies were used for the bunny ears, hydrangeas for bird feathers, baby’s breath for a lamb’s coat, a lily or rose for butterfly wings, and green leaves for a carrot top.

These black and white eggs are pretty awesome!

Using a black Sharpie marker, paint your design onto a egg painted white. They look great afterwards and don’t take too much effort!

Add a dash of sparkle to your Easter basket this year.

After you dye your eggs, put some Modge Podge to one of the ends of the egg. Then, dip the glued end into gold confetti.

Add a dash of sparkle to your Easter basket this year.

This egg design is perfect for the hippies in your life.

Keep your eggs their natural color and draw a happy face on them. Then take some fake flowers and glue a crown of flowers onto them.

These colorful Easter egg are so simple to make.

Using different colored Sharpie markers, draw beautiful designs onto your eggs. They’re a perfect match for the hippie eggs above!

These creative eggs involve a little bit of flower picking.

Spend some time outside and gather some little flowers and leaves. Then take some Modge Podge and adhere them to the eggs. You might need to add a second coat to make sure they stay.

Do you have some extra chalkboard paint at home?

Take some wooden eggs and put that chalkboard paint to use. Your kids will have a great time drawing, and re-drawing, their designs onto their eggs.

Papier-mâché isn’t just for art class.

Take some brightly colored paper, or even comic book strips, and cute them into tiny little squares. Then attach them by using your papier-mâché mix. This one can be a little messy, so have fun!

Papier-mâché isn't just for art class.

Who said pineapples aren’t for Easter?

First thing you do is paint your hard boiled eggs yellow. Make leaves using green cardstock. The get your hot glue gun ready to glue all of the leaves to the top of the egg. Spongebob would be super proud of you, too!

If you have paint at home, these are great to make!

Paint the entire egg a tan shade. After they dry, paint the top of the egg whatever color you’d like your ice cream to be. Take a pink marker to draw the lines of the cone on. Then, using a black sharpie, add the cute little face. To add a bit more, use some pink paint for the cheeks and some white paint for the little eyes.

These little chicks are absolutely adorable!

The first thing you do is paint your hard-boiled eggs yellow. Then paint on the eyes using black paint. Next, paint the beak on. Finally, buy some yellow feathers at the craft store, cut to size, and glue them on top of the egg. See how easy that is!

It doesn’t take a lot to make these marbled eggs.

If you’d like to make marbled eggs like these take a peek at Alice & Lois’ DIY. They’ll show you exactly how to make these, and it’s not hard, at all!

It doesn't take a lot to make these marbled eggs.

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