Perfect for designers and color nerds.
Pound cake + frosting + Cadbury eggs + almonds + green shredded coconut = O. M. G.
Red cabbage, beets, spinach, coffee, turmeric, and blueberries can all work to dye your eggs beautiful, natural colors.
Be festive, minus the sugar! I'd love to see the chick version…
A lovely, understated Easter centerpiece or windowsill decoration.
Step-by-step instructions for basic egg dyeing.
This cute little guy could hang around all year long, but he sure is perfect to put out for Easter.
Here's something a little different: make your own Easter eggs out of paper mache, fill them with treats, and give them to friends and family.
If you're packing for an Easter picnic, shape your hard boiled eggs to look like a bunny face, using a bento egg mold.
What’s a robbit? Why, a robot rabbit, of course! No geektastic Easter basket would complete without one.
Once the holiday is over, you've got an abundance of hard boiled eggs. Use them up by whipping up a batch of deviled eggs!
We’ve posted a lot of fun Easter crafts in years past, so today I combed through the archives and resurrected a few of my favorites. (See what I did there?) Enjoy, and happy Easter!