Whether you’re a fully fledged domestic goddess (or god for that matter), or just want something fun to occupy the kids during half term, these super-cute egg shell cupcakes are the perfect Easter baking project.

How to cook cake in an egg shell (just in time for Easter)

Whether you’re a fully fledged domestic goddess (or god for that matter), or just want something fun to occupy the kids during half term, these super-cute egg shell cupcakes are the perfect Easter baking project.

Easter Egg Chicks (no dye) It's oh-so-easy to turn plain Easter eggs into adorable chicks. Snip foam flowers in half to make feet, and secure them to the bottom of the egg using a dab of hot glue. Cut a small triangle from orange foam for the nose, and draw two eyes with permanent marker. Hot-glue two feathers to the back of the egg, and add a smaller feather tuft to the top for a head accent.

Pretty No-Dye Easter Eggs

Easter Egg Chicks (no dye) It's oh-so-easy to turn plain Easter eggs into adorable chicks. Snip foam flowers in half to make feet, and secure them to the bottom of the egg using a dab of hot glue. Cut a small triangle from orange foam for the nose, and draw two eyes with permanent marker. Hot-glue two feathers to the back of the egg, and add a smaller feather tuft to the top for a head accent.

Coloring easter eggs-- this is VERY helpful with children!! We did it last year and will do it again this year.

Coloring easter eggs-- this is VERY helpful with children!! We did it last year and will do it again this year.

Easter egg wreath- a bit involved but would be something you could keep for a long time if stored properly

Easter egg wreath- a bit involved but would be something you could keep for a long time if stored properly

Rainbow Jello Eggs: I feel like these would be horrible, but they look awesome!

Rainbow Jello Eggs: I feel like these would be horrible, but they look awesome!

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