I love all things wood; either stained or raw. The natural wood grains are so beautiful and you can dress it up with a bit of color and design. Even though Easter is a little ways away, I’m itching for spring weather and Easter means spring. So these wood Easter egg designs seemed like a perfect project while dreaming of warm weather and bright, colorful flowers. Who else is ready for spring? These eggs are super easy to make and are a quick project for any afternoon.
- Raw Wooden Eggs
- Adhesive Vinyl
- Electronic Cutting Machine (or you can just hand cut your own patterns)
- Find Patterns Here for Free
- Wood Stain (optional)
First, using your electronic cutting machine or your handy dandy scissors, cut out your shapes or patterns for the eggs. I couldn’t pick just one color so I went with all my favorites :).
Next you want to stain your eggs, or if you like the raw wood look, then just leave them as they are. After the stain has completely dried, apply your vinyl to your eggs. The vinyl didn’t stick as well as I liked, so I really had to rub it on there. If some of your designs don’t stick well, apply a coat of matte Modge Podge to it to help it stay on. And you are done! It’s that easy to make some super cute and fun Easter decor. Now all you need to do is display and enjoy your fun Easter egg designs!!
Seriously, I can’t get over out fun and colorful these eggs are. I love dying and color Easter eggs with my kiddos, but these are so fun because they will last forever and they are totally kid friendly.
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Havalah is a creative blogger over at Sisters, What! and is DIYer who loves to try anything creative. But especially loves to sew, craft and paint. She seems to have millions of projects going on at one time, but enjoys every minute of it.