Make some gorgeous decoupage Easter eggs! They would look amazing in a bowl on the kitchen counter for Easter decor. Get the kids involved too!
- Floral Foam (optional)
- Flat head pins (optional)
- Mod Podge
- Paint Brush
- Decorative napkins or tissue paper
- Prep your eggs: I hardboiled mine. But they turned out so pretty that I regret not blowing them out so that I can reuse them next year. (To do so, just stick a pin to make a small hole on one end. On the other end, use the pin to make a slightly larger hole. Blow through the small hole so that the egg pushes through the larger hole. Add warm water, blow again and let dry.)
- To make drying easy, stick flat head pins into a piece of floral foam. This will keep your eggs raised up and make drying super simple!
- Choose your napkin or tissue paper you want to use. Cut out around the areas you want to decoupage.
- Put a thin layer of Mod Podge on the back and stick to your egg. You can go for a simple look of just one or layer them.
- Once everything is positioned how you would like it, put a layer of Mod Podge over the top and set on your floral foam to dry.
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