HOW TO MAKE SWEET DIY FLORAL EASTER EGGS USING TISSUE PAPER AND YOUR HOME PRINTER | FREE PRINTABLE
Hi beautiful #sifamily, thanks for joining me today! With Easter just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share a sweet DIY Easter Egg Project to get us into the Easter spirit. This simple project really brightened my day and it’s also relaxing and fun. This would be an amazing project for the kids or grandkids to do!
As a bonus, I’m sharing FREE PRINTABLES for these Easter Egg Designs which you can download at the end of this post.
I started with white eggs. I hard-boiled them so they were more ‘sturdy’ to work with. Honestly, I didn’t want to blow them out or work with them raw. That said, these are not edible after decoupaging. If you’re looking to keep these for years to come, investing in craft eggs (wood or plastic) may be the better option.
Here’s what they look like now. What do you think… aren’t they sweet and cheerful!?!
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I remember as a kid (and into my 20’s) I loved creating Pansky Easter Eggs aka Ukrainian Easter Eggs. I really wish I still had some of them to show you because I practiced on a lot of eggs and got pretty good! My next-door neighbor was the one who introduced me to the craft. She was generous enough to let me and my little girlfriends sit at her kitchen table dying and waxing while she went about doing her laundry, cleaning, etc. There were a number of open jars with bright dyes on her kitchen counters, hot beeswax in the kistka, and an open flame. Looking back she was a brave woman. 😆
Anyway, this is a much simpler and safer version… especially if you’re including kids. All you need is tissue paper, a home printer, and some decoupage glue.
I’m thrilled with how these turned out. So gorgeous and spring fresh.
DIY FLORAL EASTER EGGS
Did you know you can use your home printer to create designs on tissue paper for ANY type of decoupage project? Here’s a step-by-step on how I created these Floral Eggs with printable tissue.
I found these cute and colorful florals on Canva. If you’d like to use them (for personal use) YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THEM AT THE END OF THIS POST.
These Easter Eggs are so bright and cheerful that they put a smile on my face!
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LET ME KNOW IF YOU’RE DOING ANY EASTER CRAFTS OR DIY PROJECTS THIS YEAR… OR FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE… I ALWAYS LOVE HEARING FROM YOU.
Thanks for reading. 🙂
Wishing you a beautiful day filled with inspiration and Happy Painting friends!