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Decoupage Easter Eggs

Decoupage Easter Eggs

These decoupage Easter eggs are super simple to make and look beautiful on your table. Decorate hard boiled eggs to eat or use blown out eggs for decorations to use again and again!

Decoupage Easter Eggs

Supplies –

Floral Foam (optional)

Flathead pins (optional)


Mod Podge

Paint Brush

Decorative napkins or tissue paper


Decoupage Easter Eggs

Check out our easy Marbled Easter Eggs too!

Prep your eggs:

Either hard boil your eggs and allow to cool or blow out your eggs for decorations to reuse year after year.  To blow out your eggs, simply stick a pin to make a small hole on one end.  On the other end, use the pin to make a slightly larger hole.  Blow through the small hole so that the egg pushes through the larger hole.  Add warm water, blow again and let dry. To make drying easy, stick flat head pins into a piece of floral foam.  This will keep your eggs raised up and make drying super simple! 

Get Started!

Choose your napkin or tissue paper you want to use. 

Cut out around the areas you want to decoupage. 

Decoupage Easter Eggs


Put a thin layer of Mod Podge on the back and stick to your egg. 

Decoupage Easter Eggs

You can go for a simple look of just one or layer them. 

Decoupage Easter Eggs

Once everything is positioned how you would like it,

put a layer of Mod Podge over the top and set on your floral foam to dry. 

Decoupage Easter Eggs


Decoupage Easter Eggs


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Tracy Iseminger

Tracy is a busy mother to 2 girls, 3 dogs, 5 cats, and 17 chickens! Her adventures in cooking led her to create Daily Dish Magazine. She has a passion for pairing food with travel and wine. She is Marketing Director at Crimson Vine Marketing, Social Media Specialist at Cougar Digital Marketing, and a Dental Hygienist in her spare time... but her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family.

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