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Decorating Easter eggs: 5 easy ideas to do with children.

Our bunny Mila loves Easter and I'm sure you do too, so in today's post I'll leave you with a few ideas for decorating Easter eggs. Fun ideas with different levels of difficulty to spend a few hours making crafts with the little ones at home.

Eggshells for a terrarium:

This way of reusing eggshells is a classic that never goes out of fashion. You can decorate them with coloured markers and put plants inside, they will grow little sprouts or you can propagate crassulas. It's a fun Easter activity for children that you can do at any time of the year.

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Decorate Easter eggs with paper:

I love this way of decorating Easter eggs! It's an easy craft that requires very few materials and can be done by even the smallest hands. All you need are paintbrushes and coloured paint, some empty eggshells and a few sheets of green paper.

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Dyeing eggs with natural dyes:

With this Easter craft you can discover together how the food we have on hand in the kitchen is not only food, but also a magical substance that, if treated properly, can be dyed, the kids will be amazed!

Here is the link where you can see the step-by-step to dye Easter eggs in lots of colours using only spinach, beetroot, curry, avocado and white vinegar.

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Easter eggs with brilli-brilli:

I don't know about you, but I love things that sparkle, so I think these Easter eggs are super cute, and they're also very easy to decorate.

You will need gold or silver foil confetti, water-based paint in soft colours, white glue and a couple of paintbrushes. 

Confetti eggs:

At home we have paper cuttings left over from the crafts we make and we are always looking for ways to make the most of those pieces of paper that would otherwise end up in the wastepaper basket. Well, this Easter craft is a great way to recycle those scraps of paper.

Dye or paint the eggshells and then fill them with homemade confetti. You can either cut with scissors into small pieces or use the typical hole puncher to get a more traditional confetti. When you have finished filling the eggs with the paper, seal them with washi tape and that's it!

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