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Easter egg decorations are the best part of the Easter holiday, right? If you’re looking for easy Easter egg decorating ideas, it doesn’t get much better than these glittery, polka dot Easter eggs. They’re easy enough for the kids but plenty of fun for the adults too!
Trying to figure out how to decorate eggs for Easter? I’ve been doing a little bit of everything this week, from blinged out Disney Princess Easter eggs to Easter egg monsters! Since I love polka dots and I love glitter, it only seemed natural that I’d make glittery, polka dot Easter eggs.
This is one of my new favorite ways to decorate Easter eggs, not just because it’s easy for the kids but because it’s fun for the grown-ups too. Plus, they make great Easter egg decorations that look pretty on the mantle or anywhere else you’d put your holiday decorations.
What you’ll need:
- Colored eggs (I just use 1/2 cup hot tap water, 1/2 tsp vinegar and food coloring)
- Mod Podge
- Small round foam brush
How To Make Polka Dot Easter Egg Decorations
I started with blue and green.I hollow out the eggs first so that I can use them as Easter egg decorations year after year (or at least until they break into a thousand pieces)
I decided two eggs just wasn’t enough so I colored a couple more, then found glitter to go along with them.
You really won’t believe how easy this is. Dip a round, foam brush into Mod Podge…
then make glue dots around the egg.
Sprinkle the glitter over the glue and let the eggs dry. Sorry, I didn’t get a picture of that step because it would have taken a third hand to hold the egg, sprinkle the glitter and take the picture!
If you can’t figure out how to decorate eggs for Easter, this is definitely the way to go. It’s easy, looks pretty and best of all, the whole family can do it together.
I’ve already decided that next year I’m totally going to use these as Easter egg tree decorations.
What colors would you use for decorating Easter eggs this way?
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