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Speckled eggs, marbled eggs, dyed eggs....tired of the same old Easter crafts? We gathered projects with only one requirement: No eggs.

We know, Easter wouldn't be the same without colorful eggs. But how many different ways can you decorate with them? We decided it's time to collect fresh ideas for crafts that think outside the egg -- err, box.

Easter Craft #1: Moss Centerpiece
We loved this craft as soon as we spied it on Craftynest. Even though the flowery stump and moss arrangement is technically a centerpiece, we can see this craft decorating any part of your home. You don't even have to add the lettering -- the colorful arrangement can be decoration enough. Each project is unique due to the authentic wood stumps and moss clumps. What a creative way to bring outdoor elements inside to celebrate spring! Find out how to make this moss centerpiece and get crafting.

Easter Craft #2: Cookies
OK, technically these include eggs -- in the batter. But this Easter, let your sugar cookies take a new shape. Be inspired by spring: Try decorating your sweet treats as birds, flowers, bumble bees and ladybugs. Experiment with food coloring and vanilla icing for the perfect spring hue.

Easter Craft #3: Sock Bunny
My Paper Crane has the instructions for this adorable craft. Altered from what we recognize as a sock monkey, this bunny is super simple and super cute. And it's fitting for the season. Get the step-by-step to surprise your little ones with this homemade Easter basket treat.

Looking for more? Try:

-Felt Easter bunny finger puppets from The Purl Bee

-Easy paper crafts from Chez Larson: Mini-Easter Bunting and an Easter Tree.

-A wreath made of Jordan almonds and a crepe paper ball Easter decoration (above) on Country Living's site from stylist extraordinaire, Paul Lowe aka Sweet Paul.

-Two more sugar-coated ideas from The Kitchn: Homemade Marshmellow Peeps and Golden Chocolate Easter Eggs.

Looking for more ideas, including crafts with eggs? Get some Easter ideas from the craft guru herself, Martha Stewart.

  • John Monday

    I know a lot of folks who don’t eat eggs (they’re allergic, for health reasons, or concerns about animal cruelty). Here’s an awesome site that gives tips on cooking and baking without eggs:

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