While I was looking for stuff pertaining to Easter craft projects, I came across some Easter egg dioramas. For many years, the idea of making little Easter scenes has been some sort of tradition since the Victorian Era. So much so that there are now egg dioramas that now pertain to Christmas and other occasions. And I’m not kidding on this one. Nevertheless, most of these egg dioramas don’t use real eggs. Because obviously, opening real eggs make a mess and eggshells break very easily. In other words, they’re terrible for craft projects. Also, many of the bigger eggs are illegal like those of ostrich. So most opt for other materials like sugar, paper mache, etc. That way, people are able to work with something that’s dry both inside and out, doesn’t make a mess, or breaks easily. Also, with such materials, the egg can be any size you want. And as you see, many of these egg dioramas come in a variety of sizes and openings. However, unlike the pumpkin dioramas I showed you back in October for Halloween, these eggs usually contain a rather small space for decorating. Yet, as with a lot of craft projects and dioramas, there are plenty that can get rather elaborate. Don’t ask me how that is. In this post, I’ll introduce you to the world of these kinds of projects by showing ones I’ve found in places like Pinterest or Google Images. So without further delay, I bring you to the eggscellent world of these dioramas for Easter.
- A hollow egg can always serve as an abode for a fairy princess.
Not sure how they got those kind of windows in this one. But it really lets the light in for you to see.
2. What better place to build a nest than near a birdhouse?
This is a cute diorama. Love the little birds and flowers. Not sure whether the birds are supposed to be babies though.
3. Sometimes an egg can be more than what it seems when you look inside.
Yes, this egg might seem pretty outside. But inside, it’s a world full of flowers with 2 bunnies facing each other.
4. So that’s what Tinkerbell’s home is supposed to look like.
For the record I’m not a fan of Peter Pan and think it’s overrated as a Disney movie. Still, this diorama is very well done.
5. In this egg, you will find a fairy on a beautiful unicorn.
So it doesn’t have much to do with Easter. But neither does Tinkerbell. But I think this one is cool. So it goes on the post.
6. Didn’t know an egg diorama can bring you under the sea.
Looking at this, you have to wonder how on earth could anyone pull this off. Because it just looks amazing.
7. Springtime is always seen as a season of new life.
These chickies are so adorable in this. Look like little puff balls. Then again, they are little puff balls.
8. Sometimes an Easter egg diorama can never have too many trimmings.
This one is from a few decades back. And it’s embellished with flower, eggs, and other fancy things.
9. To protect your egg dioramas, sometimes it helps to encase them.
Some of these decorations come from vintage Easter cards. A couple have fake flowers in them.
10. A white egg like this always presents Easter greetings.
I wonder if this was handmade or mass produced. Because it looks like it’s straight out of Hallmark to me.
11. In eggs like these, sometimes it’s all about the flowers.
These eggs seem so rustic that they can almost be real. Still, love the purple flowers in these, by the way.
12. For Lord of the Rings fans, this egg won’t disappoint you.
Well, this is of Arwen in Rivendale but you get the drift. Still, if I found an egg diorama of Gandalf the Fellowship, Gollum, or any hobbit, I’d gladly show it.
13. An Easter egg diorama like this could always use a couple of chicks.
And by that, I mean fluffy baby birds you want to hold in your hand. Because after all, they’re a common motive for Easter.
14. 3 chicks seem to fit rather snug in this yellow egg.
Yes, they seem to fit in this yellow sugar egg. And they’re so adorable in it, too.
15. Sometimes the subjects of an Easter egg diorama depend on the egg’s size and color.
Most of these consist of bunnies. But only one of them has a pig. What that has to do with Easter, I have no idea.
16. Seems these rabbits are celebrating Easter as a family.
I’m sure the rabbits here were cut out from some kit. And it looks crowded. But it’s adorable.
17. Sometimes a sugar egg is just as lovely outside as inside.
A lot of these eggs are made from sugar with icing decorations. But that doesn’t mean that you should eat them, though.
18. A lamb in grass always seems like a welcome sight.
On Easter, the lamb has a sacred tie to Passover as a sacrifice. And since Jesus died on the cross to redeem our sins, one of his nicknames is, “Lamb of God.” Also, lambs are adorable.
19. Never thought I’d see a lavish Victorian home and carriage inside an egg like this.
Okay, the egg is probably dinosaur size from what I can tell. But it still looks quite amazing like it has its own miniature garden.
20. Seems like these two are out and about on a lovely spring day.
And if they live in the American South, their furniture probably has slipcovers. Because lovely furnishings need protection from people’s sweat due to wearing heavy outfits unsuitable for warm weather.
21. Why use Easter grass when dried flowers and moss would do just fine?
This looks very pretty. Nevertheless, I like how it opens from the side. And how the flowers and moss give it an authentic touch.
22. Those wanting to be someplace warm might enjoy this egg diorama of Hawaii.
Sure many people might view tropical islands as paradise. But to me, I see it as a hotbed of tropical diseases and mosquitoes. Still, love the tiki statue and shell though.
23. Didn’t know you’d find a squirrel in an Easter egg.
Yes, I know squirrels don’t show up a lot in Easter stuff. Nevertheless, it’s cute and cuddly for anyone to enjoy.
24. Who’d expect to find anything in a golden egg but a singing angel?
Not sure if this egg is for Christmas or Easter. Then again, since both are Christian holidays, it really doesn’t matter either way.
25. As everyone knows, spring is always a time of flowers and butterflies.
The flowers might be made out of paper and flowers might be fake. But it still looks as if you’re close to the scene, doesn’t it?
26. I guess this is an egg meant for fans of Alice in Wonderland.
The card suite shell is rather fitting for the story. But what you see inside can make you curiouser and curiouser.
27. This young woman seems to be trying to get out of her shell.
No matter how you look at it, you have to think it’s pretty darn clever. Seriously, it’s like a scene like this came to life before your very eyes.
28. These chicks appeared covered in so many colors in this egg.
Yes, this one was made by a company. But you have to admire the craftsmanship and artistry. Besides, the chicks are adorable.
29. Who knew that an entire village can fit inside such a small egg.
To be fair, the egg is probably not that small. But it’s still quite baffling to see an entire village fit in this.
30. In an egg like this, you’d think the trees were made from jellybeans.
Granted, this one is an egg shaped like a basket. And it features mice. But it still counts.
31. Sometimes what comes out of an egg can be a beautiful swan.
I know this was probably made from some company and is being sold as a collectible. But I love how it’s covered in roses and painted inside with butterflies.
32. While growing up, who can remember hearing the story of the princess and the pea?
Of course, they could’ve saved a lot of trouble to determine whether she was a princess and just do a bit of a background check. Or consult a genealogist. Also how could feeling a pea make you unable to sleep? Doesn’t make sense.
33. In an egg like this, you’ll find a bunny selling ice cream.
Yes, I know it’s not really a diorama per se. But it uses an egg shape and it’s so cute.
34. In some egg dioramas, you wouldn’t know how they open.
This one has 3 openings and has a girl wearing a white dress. Nevertheless, like the painted flowers.
35. As we all know, chicks always hatch from eggs.
And this one is a pom pom chick that’s guaranteed to melt your heart. Yes, it’s that adorable that you just want to hold it.
36. In an egg like this, you’re bound to find an eagle of gold.
Yes, I know that eagles aren’t necessarily Easter creatures. But they’re majestic, especially gilded ones like this.
37. Seems like someone is having an outdoor wedding of some sort.
There are plenty of egg dioramas to commemorate weddings. In fact, this one might’ve been used as a cake topper even.
38. An egg diorama like this is bound to be pretty in pink.
And here’s a cute little bunny surrounded by flowers. Also there’s a cross in the background, too.
39. Never thought I’d find a chocolate bunny inside an egg before.
Let alone be it a pink egg. Still, I’m sure it would fit quite well on your Easter mantle.
40. Seems like this bunny has found itself in the conifers.
I’ve probably shown you a lot of bunnies in eggs so far for Easter. Still, I think this one gives you a more naturalistic feel if you ask me.
41. Seems like this bunny wants to keep an egg nice and warm.
Yeah, I know this one was commercially made due to the tag. But you can’t help but love it.
42. Had no idea that this large egg was part of a castle.
Yes, this is a big egg that encases a large bedroom. But you have to admit this is pretty clever and creative.
43. Have you ever heard of an egg carriage?
Well, you’ve probably heard of a pumpkin coach. So I guess you had to have an egg on wheels like this one.
44. You might not know this but some egg dioramas come with doors.
Open this one up, and you behold a beautiful nature scene. A lovely surprise for Easter.
45. This egg diorama is called, “The Storyteller.”
I know it’s a rather unconventional egg diorama subject. But I think it’s an interesting work of art in any case.
46. For you godly types out there, here is an Easter egg diorama for you.
This is a beautiful Easter egg diorama. Love the dove on the purple cross. Lovely.
47. This bunny has popped through the shutters.
I’m sure anyone would like to see a little bunny popping out of a window. This is especially true if it’s out of an egg.
48. Anyone who loves Tolkein’s Middle Earth will like this egg diorama for Easter.
Yes, this is another Arwen and it was apparently made by someone with too much time on their hands. Yet, it’s sure pretty if you ask me.
49. If you love all things French, then you’ll love an egg with an Eiffel Tower.
Seems like this one is crafted. And the Eiffel Tower model seems to be from a souvenir shop. Love the laurel leaves.
50. Nothing makes a great Easter egg diorama than one with gold trim.
The rabbits are cut outs but the basket and eggs aren’t. Still, this is very pretty.
51. Sometimes all you need in an Easter egg are flowers and trees.
This one has flowers, a tree, and a basket of eggs. It’s also decorated with lovely yellow flowers.
52. For anyone who loves Disney princesses, this Cinderella egg is for you.
This is a lovely egg that’s decorated with flowers and ribbons. Wish they had one for Beauty and the Beast.
53. If you’re dreaming about wedding bells, consider having this egg coach on your cake.
Not sure if I’d want this on my wedding cake. But it’s sure very pretty.
54. Didn’t know there’s an egg trailer.
Sure this is more of a camper than a trailer. But it’s still rather clever. Love the bird feeder.
55. I know that birds laid their eggs in nests. But I never heard them building their nests in an egg.
This is a rather ingenious if you really look at it since it’s supposed to be a nest in a tree. Still, like the twigs on this.
56. This egg is as lovely as the princess that’s in it.
If you have a little girl who likes Elsa from Frozen, she’d adore this. Sure she’s not Elsa but it’s close enough.
57. Nothing makes your heart melt more than a bunny surrounded by chicks.
This is perhaps the pinnacle of Easter cuteness. And they’re all made from pom poms.
58. If you go for white, this dove egg is the one for you.
I’m sure this egg is used for either Easter or weddings. Then again, probably depends on the time of year.
59. Nothing brings in spring like a fairy and dragon files.
Not sure if it pertains to Easter. But it’s definitely in the spirit of springtime.
60. This little bunny can’t get enough of this egg umbrella.
Sure this is probably commercially made and sold as a gift. But it’s so adorable.
61. For Easter, a chick can’t go out without an Easter bonnet.
Sure they may be in their Sunday best at the nest. But you can’t help to love this.
62. Of course, an Easter Bunny has to hold a classic carrot in hand.
Well, this is supposed to be Peter Rabbit. And I guess the carrots are Mr. MacGregor’s. Still, this is adorable.
63. Sometimes an egg can have simple things like a little bird inside.
This is a lovely little egg with just cute bird. Love the outside of this, too.
64. Out of sugar eggs came these Easter baskets.
These are lovely with flowers and colored eggs. And these handles are ribbons.
65. Seems like these birds are eyeing this little bunny family.
I know this egg has a some paper cut outs in it. But I like the nest with flowers in it. So pretty.
66. When it comes to egg dioramas, some could have a lot of decorative flowers.
These are so lovely that I wonder how people could create stuff like this. I especially love the purple one though.
67. For a more naturalistic look, go for a bird nest on a branch.
This looks almost real. The finch looks pretty and the branches seem lovely.
68. If you don’t like pink eggs, purple and green might suit you just fine.
This one has a cross with 3 purple flowers. The little chick is so cute. Like the other flowers, too.
69. Didn’t know that there was a swamp in an egg diorama.
This is a beautiful egg of an ecosystem that’s very much at risk. Still, you got to love the water lilies on this.
70. When it comes to flowers, you can’t go wrong with daffodils.
These daffodils are quite lovely on this egg. Also like the bunny and other creatures.
71. Only in an egg could you ever find a jeweled fish.
Now this has to be a craft project. The fish is probably a pin. Yet, I like the shells.
72. When it comes to decorating egg dioramas, stuff you find at a craft store will do.
I think this came from Etsy which isn’t Fabrege. But these are still quite lovely to behold.
73. Open the door to this egg and you’ll find a place of wonders.
I’m sure this was made by a company. Because I don’t think a homemade egg could be as elaborate as this from the inside.
74. In an egg like this you can have all kinds of things.
Not sure why the skull and cross bones is doing here. But the rest of it is lovely.
75. Wonder if an owl in this egg will be of any hoot.
This one even has doors. Nevertheless, this owl is so adorable in its own little way.
76. You’ll never know what you’ll find coming out of an egg.
This one has all the flowers and a bunny coming out of it. Wonder who’s the genius to think this up. This is pretty.
77. If you like the slopes, this egg should suit you nicely.
Yes, I know it’s a winter egg. But I want to show how creative these egg diorama people could get.
78. For Easter egg diorama, you can’t have too many sparkles.
Yes, this is a vintage egg. Okay, they were into that craft stuff at the time. But the rabbit is adorable.
79. This egg takes an intimate look at a winter home.
Okay, this is a Christmas egg. But it’s not as Christmasy as the other eggs I’ve seen on Pinterest. And yes, they have Christmas ones, too.
80. These little chickies reside in their own little abodes that are fully furnished, too.
Seriously, who can ever resist pom pom chickies like these? Absolutely nobody. I mean these are adorable.
It’s kind of odd if you think about it- putting scenes inside eggs. They are pretty, though.