If dyeing Easter eggs and decorating them in other crafty ways don’t figure into your plans this year, here’s something that might: Easter egg printables. Just print them out, pop them on eggs, and add some paint or marker faces to decorate your eggs. That’s it!
And wow, the results are too cute, whether you want more classic bunnies and chicks, or something a little more edgy and pop culture-y. I mean, the entire cast of Last Jedi made out of Easter egg? Perfection!
These superhero Easter egg printables from Create Craft Love were a CMP favorite when we included them in our roundup of pop culture Easter eggs ideas a couple years back, and they’re still high on the list. It’s easy to see why, right? Just don’t let your kids reenact any superhero battles with them!
Just looking at these free Star Wars Easter egg printables from Fun.com, it’s kind of hard to believe that this will be the first and last Easter in our home with Easter Porgs (at top). Their shapes are just so perfectly egg-y! But the whole Last Jedi crew makes one pretty awesome Easter tableau, including Rose Tico (whoo!) and General Leia Organa. Click over to the site for the entire slate of fab Star Wars Easter printables.
Any Pokemon-loving kid will be all about these Pokemon Easter egg printables from Simple Everyday Mom. They’re free, but you have to subscribe to her newsletter to get the templates. (Worth it!) Besides, before your Easter egg hunt on Easter morning, you have a go-to script already written: “Gotta catch ’em all!”
Oh, these free circus Easter egg printables by Sew Yeah (fancily dubbed Cirque des Oeufs) are just so good. I already know we’ll have to print up a bunch of extra lions in our house, though — my kids will each want a few. (sorry, site is no longer active)
If you’re more of a traditionalist, don’t miss one of the easiest last-minute Easter egg decorating ideas maybe ever: This bunny ears Easter egg printable from Sweet Paul Magazine (no longer available but easy to DIY). Just add a cute face with a black Sharpie pen.
This one will cost you a few bucks (around 6 of them, to be exact) but I just love the vintage feel of these bunny egg decorating printables from the Merrilee Liddiard Shop. (We’ve been big fans of the artist’s printable valentines for years.) What a gorgeous, and easy way to turn plain eggs into fantastic insta-dolls that would make a lovely centerpiece for your Easter brunch table. Even better, is that these Easter egg decorating printables are part of an entire Easter printable party pack, which includes printable cupcake toppers, egg hunt coloring pages, an articulate bunny toy, and more. I imagine you’ll be able to use them year after year.