DIY Tattooed Easter Eggs
One of my favorite and cheapest Easter DIY crafts ever!
I was flipping through a magazine waiting to get my hair done when I came across these DIY Easter eggs designs using metallic paint and stencils.
It looked really similar to temporary tattoos because of the crisp lines so I thought it was worth a shot!
DIY Easter Eggs Using Temporary Tattoos
I used temporary tattoos on eggs, and the transfer was flawless! This is the easiest craft, and the design possibilities are endless!
I used both white and brown eggs and preferred the look of the brown eggs with the vintage-like floral designs. I didn’t boil the eggs and kept them in a large decorative bowl.
You can also dye the eggs before applying the tattoos as well although, I thought the designs were a lot more visible on eggs that weren’t dyed.
I had trouble finding temporary tattoos in stores so I ordered a bundle pack online.
Temporary Tattoos Bulk Packs Online:
How To Apply:
- Peel the plastic from the tattoo to reveal the design
- Place the tattoo facedown onto the egg
- Apply a wet sponge or paper towel to the tattoo (Make the sponge completely wet – it will not work if it’s just damp)
- Wait 15-20 seconds
- Slowly peel the paper to reveal the tattoo transfer onto the egg
- Examine the egg with complete amazement!
Easter and Spring-Themed Centerpieces
These are easy to make, super affordable and when paired with other table decor, it makes a great set up for Easter lunch or springtime dinner party.
Decorative Bowls and Baskets for Easter Table Decor
Decorative Linen for Centerpiece
You can even dress up the bowl with a hankerchief, a square piece of fabric offers multiple colors and designs so you have plenty of options.
What designs are you using this year? Leave a comment below.
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