15 Easter egg decorating kits for 2022
Time to get egg-cited with these wonderful Easter egg decorating kits! These beautiful kits will keep little hands busy during the holidays.
Spring has sprung! That means cute bunnies, new chicks, crisp sunny days and of course, Easter eggs! Easter eggs can be anything you want them to be; chocolate, painted, decorative or even real (egg and spoon race anyone?).
In this list, we're going to show the best, the boldest and the most creative Easter egg decorating kits. There will be a suitable option for all styles, ages and budgets! Without further ado let's get cracking!
If you are looking for more Easter fun, try our favourite Easter crafts.
Main image: DIY marble kit by Creacando
1. Bunny Easter egg paint spinner
We're kicking off our list with this totally unique egg painting kit. The motorised bunny will hold your egg and it will spin, meaning you can place a paintbrush onto it and it will create amazing stripes and patterns. The kit includes the bunny and 10 different coloured marker pens. You'll need your eggs, and AA batteries and you'll be ready to decorate!
2. Sequins Easter egg decorating kit
Create magically sparkling Easter eggs with this fun little kit. Each kit contains a range of sequins in a variety of bright colours. Not only that you'll receive 20 eggs to decorate! (Really, 20!). This kit might even last a few Easters. You'll find all the tools you need to attach the sequins to the eggs. included in the kit is also a handy guide.
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3. Hanging Easter egg decorating kit
Create bright, colourful, and fun Easter eggs with this sweet kit! This mega kit contains everything you need and more to create a dozen or more Easter eggs with the kids. Included you'll find watercolour pens, paintbrushes, pigments, and of course the eggs. Let the kids' imaginations run wild and create their very own eggs which they can proudly display at home.
4. Easter egg decorating kit
This sweet little kit is perfect for small hands, each set includes six white polystyrene eggs, paintbrushes and a selection of colourful paints. Get the little ones to pop their aprons on, and get messy! Once they are finished, these eggs can be hung up on trees, displayed in a bowl or used in an Easter egg hunt.
5. Chocolate Easter egg decorating kit
Who doesn't love chocolate? try your hand at this sweet treat melt and mould easter egg. The kit contains edible decorations and egg moulds to allow you to create your very own egg. This would be a lovely activity for kids to get stuck into.
6. Easter egg bake and craft kit
Keeping on the foodie theme with our eggs, these bake your own biscuits are the ideal way to get the kids involved this Easter! Each kit makes up to 15-20 biscuits so there won't be any fighting over who gets to eat them. There's icing and sprinkles to decorate with too!
7. Wooden Easter egg kit and paints
Paint and keep these lovely wooden eggs this Easter! The joy of these eggs is they can be brought out every year as decorations. Get your little one to sign their name and age on the bottom and you'll have some lovely keepsakes. In the kit, you'll find eggs, paints, paintbrushes and shredded tissue to decorate.
8. Easter egg acrylic paint pens
These fab acrylic pens will paint on just about anything, and guess what they are way less messy than ordinary paints. They are fab for producing more intricate details too, so if you have a little perfectionist, this might be just the right creative outlet for them!
9. Easter egg dye kit
Do it the old school way and dye your eggs! These are really simple to use, simply submerge your eggs in the dye and voila! You'll have some bright bold, vibrant eggs.
10. Needle felting easter egg kit
If you haven't tried needle felting then you're missing out! This easy to learn craft uses felt and a needle to shape cute ornaments and decorations. This kit contains everything you need to make 5 gorgeously vibrant felt eggs. We have a fabulous introduction to needle felting if you would like to take a look at that first.
11. Mosaic easter egg decorating kit
Make something a little different with this fabulous mosaic Easter egg decorating kit. Fun for both adults and kids alike, this kit is beginner friendly (as there is no tile cutting required). Choose from four lovely colours, or buy all four if you want to get really crafty!
12. Plaster Easter egg decorating kit
Get the kids painting their very own keepsakes. These eggs can be kept for years to come and displayed every Easter! Choose between 3 and 6 eggs, and you can even personalise with a name if you like.
13. Classic Easter egg decorating kit
Keep it traditional and use ordinary eggs! Decorate with cute accessories to create fluffy bunnies and cute chicks. This cute kit is really good for keeping little hands busy during the half term.
14. Marbled Easter egg kit
We do love a bit of marbling, and that's no different when it comes to Easter eggs! A fair warning this one can be a bit messy, so aprons at the ready! With this kit it is easy to create amazingly patterned eggs in just a few minutes.
15. Chocolate Easter egg kit
Perfect for adult and children chocolate lovers alike! This wonderful kit allows you to make your very own chocolate egg, plus you can decorate it however you like (no more plain old supermarket Easter eggs here).
More Easter fun
Looking for more exciting ways to keep the kids busy this Easter? You're in the right place! Try these egg box crafts, or the easter crafts for kids for low-cost fun. If you want to use up any leftover paints, try finger painting or these arts and crafts for kids' ideas.
Katie Dolan edits our needlework sections, focusing on our embroidery and cross stitch articles, as well as making videos for our arts and crafts projects. Katie runs her jewellery business, Ophelia Jewellery Art, on Etsy, where she sells beautiful resin-pressed flower earrings. She has a wide range of craft interests including embroidery – she particularly loves all things pop culture and a less traditional approach – The Simpsons and Rick & Morty are among her favourites to embroider. She has recently completed a silversmith workshop and hopes to expand her jewellery business with these new skills. When she’s not crafting, she’s usually fuelling her Harry Potter addiction with a Sunday film marathon and a couple of butter beers!