I always feel like Easter sneaks up on me so fast. Factoring in the egg hunting (yes I still enjoy egg hunting at 26), Easter brunching + dinner, the time for actually creating decor for this holiday can easily slip your mind. This year, I decided to take a jump on Easter and create these cute DIY Easter eggs that won't ever expire. I'll be using these for years to come! Plus, I hope by posting this to my blog in mid-March will give you enough time to create your own DIY.
I got the eggs from Michael's Craft Store and the transfers are currently available in the $1 dollar section at Target. SCORE! This is such a fun and inexpensive Easter DIY. So whether you’re going all-out or just want to make something fun, this DIY is perfect for you! Grab some of your favorite flavored Peeps and check out my most egg-celent DIY idea.
Materials and Tools:
Rub On Transfers
Wooden Popsicle Stick
Cut out the preferred design on your transfer paper. Make sure you keep the back paper on, as the transfers are very sensitive.
Remove the back paper and carefully inspect the transfer to make sure you are putting it on the right side. (design touching the egg)
Slowly rub the wooden stick on the back of the design to make the design transfer onto the egg.
Slowly peel the transfer paper off of the egg. If the design is sticking up in any corner or spot, use the wooden stick to smooth it out.