Easter Egg Spinner Decorating Machine

A New Fun Exciting Way To Decorate Your Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter Eggs is only the beginning of your Easter fun. Now you can create some colorful Easter Eggs without the original dying . . . maybe you would want to dye them first and then put a spin design on them. Your only limitation is your imagination. Allow it to soar!!

Here Are Some Products You May Want To Purchase

This Is Truly Family Fun!

The Bunny Holds the Egg Between It’s Paws and Turns the Egg Automatically Once The Switch is Turned On! Insert a Blank Egg and Busy Bunny Spins the Egg while you Draw!

This Easter Egg Decorator Craft Kit Includes 10 Different Colors — Non-Toxic Quick-drying Markers. The Easter Egg Decorating Machine Requires 2 AA Batteries (Not Included)

The Easter Egg Decorator is Made of Sturdy and Strong Nontoxic Plastic, Water-Base Vibrant Markers are Highly Pigmented, Long Lasting, and Meet US Safety Standard

Child Safe: Non-Toxic. Meet US toy standard. Safety test approved. 

This looks like a fun Easter craft you can share with your children or grandchildren, neices and nephews, cousins . . . etc.

You do need to read the recommendations for this product. Although the markers are non-toxic, they are not recommended for real eggs — and if you use them, it is recommended that you not eat them!! 

Also, allow the ink to dry before handing the eggs or changing colors. They may smudge and smear.

I don’t know about you, but the more I learn, the less I want to purchase this product. It seemed like a fun idea . . . but I really don’t know . . . I may stick with the old fashioned way of coloring Easter Eggs — it was good enough for generations . . . 

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Heather’s Easter Eggs

Heather has come through with some interesting crafts.

In a previous post, I showed you Heather’s Simulated Window and Lantern. She had promised her Easter Eggs and here they are.

I’ll allow the pictures to speak for themselves.

You can get some plastic eggs and let your imagination soar.

You can go shabby chic or bling them up however you like. Just gather up a variety of odds and ends and have at it. Add flowers and lace . . . get images and decoupage them.

It is possible to create lovely eggs to give as gifts or decorate around your house. A few of these would definitely brighten up different areas of your home.

Isn’t it clever of Heather to use the egg carton, trim it with lace and decoupage a lovely picture on both the inside and outside of the lid and add a lovely lace ruffle around the image (both inside and out).

I would personally find it difficult to put these away after Easter. I think they would look lovely throughout the spring and into the summer.

And, Heather did a wonderful job with a lantern in which to display the eggs.

I’m inspired to get to work. How about you?

As you can see, the eggs appear to be wrapped initially in twine and from there Heather went to work with pearls, flowers, lace, ribbon and whatever bits and pieces she found to make each and every one of her Easter eggs into a breathless work of art.

You can do the same . . . and for the lantern . . . get some picture frames together and create to your hearts content to create the right shape you desire. Then add the greenery and some burlap lace and you have a lovely display case for your treasured crafts.

With a little bit of inspiration . . . you’ll be amazed by what you can make.

My personal thanks to Heather for sharing her Easter craft projects with us.

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Super Hero Easter Eggs Free Printable


Super Hero Your Easter Eggs!!! Image and Free Printable Compliments of http://createcraftlove.com

What fun to make your Easter Eggs look like your favorite super heroes! Just glue them on your eggs. If you want them to stand, you’ll need to make strips of decorative paper to make them. These masks are scaled to fit large eggs.

Click the image to download the Super Hero Masks.

How about Dyed Minion Easter Eggs?


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Image Compliments of http://apumpkinandaprincess.com

It’s amazing what you can do with egg dye, googly eyes, black string and a sharpie marking pen.

How about these Ninja Turtles?



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Dye them, get some ribbon and googly eyes and you’re in business!!

I’m sure your imagination is running over-time. I’m thinking about using some of the Halloween templates and making some spooky Easter Eggs. You may even want Santa and his elves. I think anything goes when it comes to decorating Easter Eggs. It’s all about having fun!!

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