Easter Decor Inspo: Three Non-Traditional Easter Egg Ideas

 

Our iNSPIRE Q team created three fun and creative approaches for Easter décor styling. When it comes to decorating for the holidays, our approach is simple and style-focused. Choose any approach that best fits your personal style to effortlessly bring the Easter spirit alive in a non-traditional way!


 

For our first approach, we focused on mud-cloth patterned eggs with a black and white color scheme- a style that easily fits into a traditional, neutral themed farmhouse setting.

 

 For those with a taste for a boldly styled space, our gold and silver foiled eggs pair perfectly with a glam-inspired room.

 

Our final approach with pastel-crafted yarn wrapped eggs offer just the right amount of bright, Easter themed charm for just about any room in your home!


 

HOW TO CREATE MUD-CLOTH EGGS:

MATERIALS NEEDED:

  • Black & white paint
  • White paint pen
  • Black sharpie
  • Brown/black feathers
  • Mod Podge
  • Craft eggs
  • Paint brush

 

STEPS:

  1. Thoroughly coat eggs with black and white paint
  2. Apply Mod Podge to select eggs, then attach decorative feathers to each
  3. Once remaining eggs are dry, choose your favorite mud cloth designs and patterns via Google, Pinterest, etc.
  4.  Sketch the designs with the white paint pen on the black eggs, and the black sharpie on the white eggs

 

 

Applying Mod Podge to the egg

Eggs with feathers attached via Mod Podge

Beginning the sharpie mud cloth design


HOW TO CREATE GOLD/SILVER FOILED EGGS:

MATERIALS NEEDED:

  • Craft eggs
  • Gold/Silver flakes
  • Mod Podge
  • Paint brushes

STEPS:

  1. Coat bottom of eggs with Mod Podge
  2. Apply gold/silver flakes by lightly pressing flakes to Mod Podged area on egg with brush
  3. Allow eggs to dry

 

Coating our egg with Mod Podge 

Decorating with Gold Foil


HOW TO CREATE YARN EGGS:

MATERIALS NEEDED:

  • 10″ oval balloons
  • Baby weight yarn
  • Mod Podge
  • Ribbon
  • Small sponge
  • Paint brush
  • Scissors

 

STEPS:

  1. Blow up balloon to desired egg size
  2. Lightly coat balloon with Mod Podge
  3. Wrap with yarn until balloon is mostly covered
  4. Sponge generous amount of Mod Podge over yarn
  5. Let dry for 24 to 48 hours
  6. Pop balloon and cut opening in yarn egg
  7. Fill with treats and hang with decorative ribbon

 


From all of us at iNSPIRE Q, we hope you and your family have a Happy Easter!

Be sure to comment down below which style was your favorite!

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