Easter Egg Diy

Easter Egg Diy

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I’m sure we aren’t the only family that has that good old painting eggs tradition.Β  This is probably the highlight of all crafts for your little ones. Our little guy loves painting eggs. While using food coloring and markers is fun we decided to give this easter a modern twist.Β  We had a blast with all the different mediums we used. I gotta say this years Easter eggs turned our pretty darn trendy. πŸ˜€


Easter egg Diy

There are so many Easter egg diys out there making it so hard to pick from. I would love to have one of each πŸ˜‰ but I’m sure it would probably overwhelm our little guy. lolΒ  So we narrowed down our ideas to just three different styles. The first ones we made were the Tissue paper eggs. The second ones we made were foiled copper eggs and last but not least we made the fun 3d eggs. Seeing as we would not be eating these and weΒ  wanted them simply for display we used blown out eggs. You can youtube how to do it or they sell pre-blown ones at the craft store. Tip : If your making a lot I probably wouldn’t blow them out unless you invent a machine to blow them out .hehe. I blew three out and started seeing stars.lol πŸ˜€

What you’ll need

  • gold/copper leaf (we got our copper leaf at Michaels it was actually quite pricey. (don’t forget to use your coupon by simply googling Michaels coupons. I always get at least 40% off πŸ˜€ )Β  (or scroll down to the bottom I am currently purchasing mine on Amazon for a steal deal)
  • Gilding (for the gold leaf. I had one from last year. Also purchased it at Michaels in the martha stewart section)
  • 3 D paint. (at Michaels inΒ  the t-shirt making aisle comes in different colors)
  • Acrylic paint
  • Tissue paper
  • Brushes
  • Mod Podge


easter egg diy

Easter Egg DIY

We painted the tissue paper… Make sure and do single layer because it sticks together.

Easter Egg DIY
Then we simply took the dried tissue paper. Ripped it up into little pieces and mod podged it onto the eggs.
Easter Egg DIY
This is how cute this little guys turned out. I love how they look so rustic but still chic.
Easter Egg DIY
For the Foiled copper eggs we applied our gilding. Let it sit for a good 10-15 minutes and applied the copper leaf. The gilding will not dry completely so don’t worry about it over drying. My mistake was applying the copper leaf to early and when I went over with a brush to remove the excess it came right off because it wasn’t dry enough.
Easter Egg DIY
Awe gi-me all things shiny…. I love how these copper ones turned out. They look expensive. I was scared to touch them. hehe
Easter Egg DIY
I have to say i think we had the most fun with these. Because each one is so different from the other.. They did dry for a few hours though but totally worth the wait.
Easter Egg DIY
All the eggs that have black are 3d. It’s unusual to see 3d eggs. I’ve seen a lot done with a sharpie and they look awesome too, but it’s always fun to experiment with something different. Right? !
Easter Egg DIY
They sure turned out cute.. Don’t forget.. Make sure you use blown out eggs so you can reuse them next year πŸ˜€

Easter Egg DIY
Here’s a snippet to show you some of the 3d texture.


Easter EGg DIY

Easter Egg DIY




You can purchase the copper leaf on amazon. I’ve purchased from here before and loved it. It’s super affordable. 100 sheets for $6. Can’t beat that πŸ˜€


Here’s a cute pinable to pin to your favorite pinterest board! πŸ˜€


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6 thoughts on “Easter Egg Diy”

    • Thank you. I’m glad you liked them. Yes me too. This winter is definitely dragging on this year πŸ™ .

  • Hi! I’m one of the co-hosts from the Welcome Home Wednesdays Link Up. I love this idea for decorating Easter eggs, especially the gold ones. My son is 13 now and no longer into decorating eggs for Easter and I kind of miss it so I might do these by myself this year. They’re adorable! Thank you for sharing!

    • Oh thank you. I’m so delighted that you liked them. Yes.. kid sure do grow fast. Don’t forget to tag me on instagram @lilyardor I would love to see them πŸ™‚

  • These turned out great for me and everyone loves them! I wrote a blog post on my attempt at your tutorial. So happy with the result! Thanks so much for these dreamy modernized eggs. Perfect centrepiece for my table this Easter. Kindest Regards, Brooke.

    • OH wow I saw your DIY Those looks awesome. πŸ˜€ They look SO PURDY with Gold too. I LOVE IT!! So glad you found my blog πŸ˜€ You have a wonderful BLog πŸ˜€ Can’t wait to see more.
      Thanks Brooke πŸ˜€

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