For most of these patterns, you’ll need scissors, a ruler, craft paint, colored paper, glue, and cardboard tissue tubes (we should all have plenty of toilet paper rolls right now!). Take a look at the different characters you can create with your Easter eggs:
You can always count on Mickey to forego work when there’s something fun to do — like posing for this most eggs-cellent Easter decoration.
Hatching up a brand new egg decorating idea for Easter can be a blast, particularly for a certain mouse with a penchant for polka-dots.
When it comes to dog tricks, Pluto just raised the bar. With a little help from a young fan, Mickey’s faithful pup can turn himself into a fetching Easter egg.
Call him a show-off. Call him a prankster. Call him short-tempered. But thanks to his ever-positive outlook, you could never describe Donald as hardboiled.
Everybody knows that Daisy has the gift of gab. Likewise, this charming Easter egg, modeled after the flirtatious and fashionable fowl, will be a true conversation starter.
Adorned with a bright green fedora and long floppy ears, this Easter decoration is not only dawggone cute, it also gives new meaning to Goofy’s reputation for being a bit of an egghead.
While he’s best known for his dynamic performance as a space ranger, Buzz is ever ready to take his role to, well, infinity and beyond. This eggs-traordinary Easter tribute is a case in point.
As the leader of Andy’s toys, Woody never shies away from going the eggs-tra mile. This Easter decoration, inspired by the trusty pull-string cowboy, features a mini doll face for kids to color in — just like Woody’s hand-painted one.
This Easter, surprise your kids with an eggs-traterrestrial encounter by transforming a batch of Easter eggs into visitors from outer space (a.k.a Pizza Planet).
Which Disney character are you most excited to turn into an Easter egg? Let us know how your eggs turn out!