Decoupaged Easter Eggs

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Decoupage Easter Egg Tutorial

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I got my kids involved in this months craft, and it was so fun to watch them get messy and crafty at the same time! Also, it gave me a perfect reason to finally get the Valentine’s Day decor taken down!

Decoupage Easter Egg Tutorial


Decoupage Easter Egg Tutorial

The easiest way to manage the craft from start to finish is to put skewers in the bottom of the eggs. I also used a little box to help with the drying process!

Decoupage Easter Egg Tutorial

Start by ripping the tissue paper into little strips. Then separate the strips into smaller pieces. Now, using a paint brush, spread decoupage all over the egg shape. After it’s all over the foam, place the tissue paper one by one onto the egg and cover again with decoupage.

Decoupage Easter Egg Tutorial

After the egg was completely covered, I poked holes into a box just big enough for the skewer to fit in. This held the eggs up while drying to keep them from sticking to something else.

Decoupage Easter Egg Tutorial

Once the eggs had dried overnight, I removed the skewers and replaced them with white popsicle sticks. I used a cake pop stand to hold my eggs up in place on my mantle shelf! It’s fun to have the fun pastel colors of Easter up in my living room!


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