Whether it’s dyed eggs, decorative baskets or extravagant hats; Easter has always been one of the craftiest holidays. Egg dying is definitely one of our favorites, but this year we wanted to take it up a notch and pair creative Easter egg designs with Children’s Easter books.
We know it’s going to be tough picking just one design and book, so why don’t you go on a crafting binge and read-a-thon and create a dozen Pinterest-worthy Easter eggs instead!
What better way to decorate Fancy Nancy-themed Easter eggs than with sparkly rhinestones!
Dinosaur temporary tattoos are a fun and easy way to make prehistoric Easter eggs.
Invoke Splat’s name with these colorful splattered eggs!
Write some of Pete the Cat’s positive messages on these chalkboard painted eggs.
Pretty, pink Easter eggs are perfect for your little Pinkalicious fan!
Your little ones will have fun creating the Easter critters they find in this story.
Whether it’s the detailed egg designs or the Easter Bunny himself, your kids will have doodling on the eggs.
Mimic the Easter Bunny’s suit and tie with these beautiful silk tie dyed eggs.
Recreate Sophie’s dress with these glittery spotted eggs.
Cover your Easter eggs in smaller (and softer) versions of Gilbert’s quills!
Your little one can pretend they are holding a little mouse with these small and soft, thread-wrapped eggs.
Create the Berenstain family with these Easter egg heads.
Well, don’t these look lovely?