Does your family have a tradition of decorating Easter eggs? When kids start to get a bit older, sometimes traditions like these fall by the way-side. If this is one of those traditions you’re not ready to give up yet, here are some fun and unique easter egg decorating ideas that are sure to appeal to tweens.
The design possibilities are almost endless with these melted crayon Easter eggs from SAS Interiors:
Tweens love Duck tape, so this Duck tape easter egg craft from Random Hand Prints is sure to be a hit:
Tweens can get creative by drawing designs on eggs with a permanent marker in spring colours, as shown in Better Homes and Garden:
These watercolour easter eggs from Spoon Fork Bacon are so pretty:
Tweens can doodle on these chalkboard eggs from Oleander + Palm:
These sprinkle covered Easter eggs from Studio DIY look good enough to eat – but don’t they’re strictly for decoration!
Create fun striped patterns on your Easter eggs by using electrical tape, as shown on Indie Fixx:
Create beautiful Ombre Easter eggs using watercolour paints, as shown on the oh so very pretty blog:
These tie-dyed Easter eggs from Spoonful are fun to make:
Is your tween an Angry Birds fan? Then check out these Angry Bird eggs from Red Ted Art:
Will your tweens be decorating easter eggs this year? Which one of these easter egg decorating ideas do you think they would like?
About Kathy Sima
Kathy is a blogger and freelance writer and mom of two teens who gave up her career as a financial advisor when her son was diagnosed with autism at age 3. When it comes to parenting, Kathy truly believes there is strength in numbers and knows that sharing stories and strategies with other parents has helped keep her sane (so far!)