Check out the adorable kids’ decorating table at our egg-decorating party. We give you all the tips you need to set up a fun, creative activity that kids will love. And don’t miss our kids’ Easter eats, moms’ snack spread, and moms’ egg-decorating ideas.
A kid-sized table is covered with a paper runner to protect the table and make it look festive. The dyes in the center of the table add pops of pretty pastel colors.
Each little guest gets a basket of eggs to decorate. The baskets are recycled berry containers from the farmers’ market filled with shredded paper.
Kids can choose how to decorate their eggs by selecting supplies from the DIY crafting station. Spring tulips are as bright as a box of crayons.
Kids can decorate eggs with temporary tattoos using nothing more than a damp sponge.
Older kids can paint blown-out Easter eggs with chalk paint and then decorate them using this chalk decorating kit.
Younger kids can simply decorate eggs with stickers. Or, for a fun surprise, they can draw a design on an egg using crayons, then dye it. The crayon will resist the dye, making the design look even more pronounced.
Once kids have mastered the basic techniques, they can mix and match them. Here, kids embellish dyed eggs with stickers, which are easy for little hands to handle.
Give kids a cute, fun egg dipper at every place setting.
Put an egg caddy on either side of the table to show off eggs once they’re decorated.
Kids love creating their own designs.
Be sure to hard-boil enough eggs that you have some for hungry little snackers.
Once the eggs are decorated, kids have fun finding them hidden in the grass.
Invite little guests over for an egg decorating party with the Premium Evite invitation below
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