Easter Eggs and Easter Baskets
Our Easter egg dyeing and basket decorating ideas offer countless crafts projects for the holiday. Welcome Easter morning with our easy Easter basket ideas, which include pretty floral tins, Easter baskets assembled from paper, and more. You can even make Easter baskets that will last from year to year by recycling household food tubs and see-through zippered bags. If you're not sure what to put into your Easter baskets, check out our list of creative and traditional Easter basket fillers. For simple Easter egg dyeing ideas, check out our recipes for natural Easter egg dye. Fruits and veggies mix with white vinegar to make pretty hues, such as orange and lavender -- and the natural ingredients make the dyed eggs safe to eat once Easter is over. (Follow these Easter egg safety tips if you plan on eating your decorated eggs this year.) Finally, add fun flair to eggs with our pretty ways to dye Easter eggs, which include an array of ideas including using origami paper flower designs and paint, and stickers as silhouette stencils.
Easter Basket Inspiration
All About Eggs
Easy Easter Baskets
From big tubs to simple paper baskets, you're sure to find an Easter basket design that your kids will love.
Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs
Here are our top 15 ways to decorate your Easter eggs. Hop to it!
All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes
Use household ingredients to create beautifully subdued spring shades to dye your Easter eggs.
Easter Egg Safety
Here are quick tips to make sure it's safe to eat.
How to Blow Out Eggs
Expand your design and crafting possibilities when you empty your eggs. Learn the best way to blow out Easter eggs.
Jeweled Eggs Project
These papier-mache eggs are encrusted with colorful glass beads that sparkle as a centerpiece or home decor.
Keep the kitchen mess-free when you decorate your Easter eggs using colorful stickers.
Thread Easter eggs are a classic way to decorate a spring tree or the center of your holiday table.