DIY Disney-Inspired Easter Eggs

Updated on September 6, 2019
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Lyndsay is a huge fan of all things Disney, and she enjoys finding ways to incorporate its magic in everything from crafts to recipes.

My DIY Disney Easter Eggs
My DIY Disney Easter Eggs

Happy Easter, everyone! I can't believe how fast the year has gone by already. I wanted to take some time this year to really appreciate the holidays and not feel like I'm rushing through them. So I decided to do something that I haven't done in a really long time . . . dye Easter eggs.

I really wanted to make them Disney eggs, but not everyone wants one like that. Herein lay my problem: How to make them Disney without being too Disney? I decided to take some inspiration from some of my favorite movies and Disneyland.

All I really used for these eggs were dye kits from Target and some sharpies. It was a fun and easy craft, that's fun for slightly more experienced DIY-ers (that is, if you want Stitch to look like Stitch and not an amorphous blue blob!).

My Easter-Egg Dyeing Tools
My Easter-Egg Dyeing Tools
Ohana Means Family Eggs
Ohana Means Family Eggs

Lilo and Stitch Easter Eggs

I love Lilo and Stitch, so of course I had to do some inspired by my favorite blue alien. I felt like Ohana was the perfect theme because it means family and the thing I love most about Easter is spending time with my family.

How About a Nice Cup of Tea?
How About a Nice Cup of Tea?

Alice in Wonderland Easter Eggs

I love Alice in Wonderland in the springtime and thought it would be so cute to do some eggs inspired by it! I went with the Cheshire Cat for my inspiration and I love how it came out. Im simply mad about it!

Dreamy Easter Eggs
Dreamy Easter Eggs

Disneyland-Inspired Easter Eggs

These are inspired by Disneyland. Galaxy themes have grown increasingly popular in recent years, and I wanted to play on that. I put dream on the purple egg because Disney is all about dreams and I felt it was fitting. I used a silver sharpie to write on the egg and add in some specks to look like stars.

Some Tips!

  • After you dye the eggs and they have dried write on them with the sharpies. I waited until the next day to write on them and it was very difficult.
  • If you put them in the fridge over night after they have been dies and you take them out the next day, when they precipitate the dye will come off.
  • Have fun and be creative! there is no wrong way to decorate an Easter egg.

© 2017 Lyndsay Gamber


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    • Penny Sebring profile image

      Penny Leigh Sebring 

      3 years ago from Fort Collins

      Those are insanely cute!


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