These Glitter Color Block Wooden Easter Eggs are festive, fun, and simple to make for kids or adults!
Dying Easter eggs is one of my favorite childhood memories and my kids love doing it too but we’ll be traveling home from Florida on Easter this year (and they won’t eat hard-boiled eggs, so there’s that). I thought we’d have some early fun with wooden easter eggs instead!
These pretty little eggs are really simple with a few little tricks. Plus, you can use them year after year! They’re adorable in a bowl, added to a festive wreath, or used as vase filler.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Wooden Easter Eggs (I bought two bags)
- Assorted Paint Colors
- Sealer (Mod Podge Spray or regular). This is optional but it helps keep the glitter from shedding.
- Washi Tape
Step One: Dip eggs into paint of your choice, only covering half the egg. You can also just paint half, but dipping gives a nice smooth finish. The hardest part of this project is where to set the egg while the paint dries! After several fails, it turns out they sit perfectly in Washi tape rolls. So I let them there to dry over night.
Step Two: Dip the other half of the egg in a contrasting paint color and sprinkle with a similar shade of glitter. Allow to dry overnight again.
Step Three: Seal with Mod Podge Spray or the sealant of your choice to keep glitter from “shedding”.
So simple and so pretty! Check out a few more Egg Decorating ideas from some blogging friends below! (Links below image)