Easter Egg Decorating Ideas: Revisited

Easter is one of the most fun and colorful holidays of them all, and no matter how old I get, I will never tire of spending a little time each year to create a bright basket of decorated Easter eggs for my big family dinner.

Last year for Easter, we posted some easy Easter Egg decorating ideas over the course of a few days – and for all of you new followers and friends, we thought you might like a refresher course this year too! Go take a look!

easter egg decorating ideas seed paper

Day 1 showed our Easter eggs in their basket stuffed with shredded plantable confetti (looking really pretty, if I do say so myself). Using shredded plantable confetti for the basket is a great way to keep your Easter basket eco-friendly, too. Everyone at dinner can take a handful of confetti home to plant in their gardens. It’ll be a huge hit, I promise. This little preview shows what you’ll be learning in the next two Easter egg decorating posts.

easter egg decorating ideas seed paper

easter egg decorating ideas seed paper

Day 2 and day 3 both included a few simple Easter egg decorating tutorials so you can make them your self at home, too.

You know what would be a good addition to this year’s basket? Some Five Petal Lime Green Plantable Confetti! The cute little flowers are perfect for spring, and the color would be a lovely base for all those color Easter eggs you’ve just finished decorating. Even better yet – it’s on sale or 40% off!

Learn more about this special paper made by Botanical PaperWorks that uses post-consumer materials and is embedded with seeds so that it will grow when planted!


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