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Fanciful Easter Eggs

It's 4:21 pm Pacifc Time which means… spring has officially started. Woo Hoo!

To celebrate, I'm posting this project on making the Fanciful Easter Eggs and tomorrow I'll have instructions about putting together the Peat Pot Baskets. Let's get egg-cited for spring!

Supplies: Modge Podge, plastic eggs, letter stamps, Staz-on Ink, acrylic paint, scrap material (canvas, cotton or even light colored ribbon would work). Optional: Stickles or glitter.

Channel your inner child and paint the plastic eggs. 

 They need 4 coats but the paint dries so quickly, it's easy-peasy.


If you like things sparkly, you can use Stickles or glitter to sparkle up the eggs.

It only takes a thin coat.

Stickles also dries fast.

In the meantime, stamp some sentiments on your scrap fabric.

 Some happy little words I used: Tweet, Chirp, Cheep!, Swoon, Glee, Spring, Delight, Bloom, Grow and Fly. Cut out the words and glue them on the eggs with Modge Podge.







Come back tomorrow for a simple Peat Pot Baskets Tute.

Linking up here.




  1. OMGosh! Those are darling!

  2. Love them! Where do you get the letter stamps?

  3. Wonderful and whimsical!

  4. brilliant & sparkly, I love this!

  5. Well, aren’t those the cutest little things?! I love the words you choose and those sheet music little cups! Too fun!

  6. These are so cute, Malia! I love the addition of the stamped fabric. Great idea!

  7. So so cute…now you have me thinking of Easter and eggs…our favourite thing to do this time of year! Happy new week to you. oxo

  8. How adorable and I love the bling you added to the eggs.

  9. Great idea the addiction of the fabric!

  10. I love them – so colorfully sparkly sweet. Perfect touch to usher in spring :)

  11. SO DARN CUTE, I LOVE THIS IDEA! Great job. winks-jen

  12. Super cute!
    have a great week.

  13. Vicki Chrisman says:

    SO cute!

  14. rahika navelkar says:


  15. Thanks for following me! I’m now following you on your blog and Twitter, and liking you on FB! I can’t wait to read through your posts! =o)

  16. Such a fun idea to add the words! Love it. From, your newest follower!

  17. Rebecca Cooper says:

    so prettY! thanks for linking up to the simple things! so happy to have found your cute blog!! :) rebecca

  18. These are really TWEET! Thanks for sharing!
    Found you on ‘li luna’s.

  19. I have some eggs and fabric scrapps calling my name, thanks for this idea! Found you on Lil’ Luna

  20. These eggs are beyond AWESOME!!! And so is your blog. I’m following you now. Yay.

  21. I found you on lil luna! these are so adorable! please stop by and check out my blog

  22. Malia — One-word phrases, speak more than a dozen! (ha)– so put one on a dozen eggs or so! Also love the little music note pots

  23. How cute!! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

  24. Those are so cute! Great idea!
    Thanks for linking up!

  25. Super cute! Wouldn’t have thought to modge podge decoration onto Easter eggs!

  26. What a fun and unusual treatment. So cute. Thanks for sharing them on Motivated Monday at BeColorful

  27. Hey there! I’m showing you off at Crafts & Sutch today! Pop on over to take a peek and grab a Sutch an Inspiration button! :)

  28. Stopping by from Quirky Momma. I adore this idea and love the color that you used too!

  29. These are so cute! I featured them in a post about Easter eggs. Thanks for the inspiration!

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