More Easter festivities today! How cute are these Confetti Easter Eggs? While I was shopping around at WalMart, I found someáincredible ‘fake’ decorating Easter Eggs á(and for only $2.00/dozen) and have gone crazy discovering new ways to decorate them. They are empty, white and don’t brake when you drop them. They look just like the real thing and are soáabsolutely perfect forákids. Hooray for no more hard boiling!
My girls and I bought oodles of eggs and have had so much fun decorating them. Our favorite eggs so far have been these Confetti Eggs! All you need is confetti and Mod Podge and you too can have yourselves a bundle of confetti eggs! See how to make them below! And if you make Confetti Eggs,átake a photo and tag me on social media and use the hashtag #lovethedayprintables! I would love to share them on my social channels.
How you do like to decorate your Easter Eggs?
- Large Eggs (boiled, hollowed out or fake Ĺdecorating eggsĺ)
- Confetti (to make your own confetti, combine a mixture of at least four colors of cut-up tissue paper and cut-up gold foil paper)
- Mod Podge (any variety will work great) or Decoupage
- Sponge Brush
- Egg Carton
Grab one of your eggs (I used fake ôdecorating eggsö I purchased at WalMart) and paint with Mod Podge (any variety will do). Once the egg is covered (yes your fingers will get messy), roll your sticky egg in a plate of confetti. Donĺt load your plate with so much confetti that the confetti clumps on the egg. It works best if there is just enough confetti to leave white space along with the confetti on the egg. Let dry completely in your egg carton. Once the confetti has dried, paint over the egg again with Mod Podge, smoothing out the confetti pieces and molding the confetti to the egg. Let dry and move on to your next egg!
This article was originally posted on ForRent.com HERE.