Whimsical Stamped Easter Eggs
Easter is a time for celebration! These DIY Whimsical Stamped Easter Eggs are the perfect addition to your spring decor. They’ll add color and joy to your home.
Dying real eggs is a lot of fun but they only last so long. That’s why I like painting these faux eggs, make them once and they’ll last forever. By the way, the pretty font I used in the graphic above is Earl Grey by Angie Makes… I love her work.
Supplies: Plastic eggs, acrylic paint, Mod Podge, letter stamps, strips of canvas material, Stickles (liquid glitter). All of these supplies are readily available at craft stores. An egg carton is also very useful for drying the eggs.
First step– paint the plastic eggs.
Give the eggs a little time to dry and repeat (up to 4x).
Paint some Stickles on.
Only a dab then spread it all over the egg.
Everything will dry really fast.
Stamp some words on the canvas.
Some happy sentiments 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. That’s it!