Need a fun and easy DIY Easter craft?
Consider checking out these brilliant decoupage eggs using paper napkins! It’s such a creative and beautiful way to decorate Easter eggs. I went with a pretty floral pattern – perfect for spring (feel free to pick a pattern that inspires you)!
This project can be completed with real eggs, or consider grabbing some wooden craft eggs. I found some nice ones at Hobby Lobby.
Hip Tip: If using real eggs, use a pin to poke holes on both ends of eggs. Then blow air to expel the inside of the eggs.
DIY Decoupage Easter Eggs
1.) Separate the bottom layer of your napkin and cut the patterned portion into smaller strips.
2.) Apply Mod Podge to egg using a paint brush. Place a strip of paper and use your fingers to flatten and apply paper to egg.
You can also, instead, cut out certain details of the napkin to decoupage on your egg for a different look!
3.) Keep pasting strips of paper around egg until covered. Brush on a layer or two of Mod Podge to seal your work. Honestly, after awhile you’ll be skipping the brush and just using your fingers! Go for it and have fun. 🙂
5.) Let dry completely.
Hip Tip: I created an easy DIY drying rack using a small empty cardboard box and toothpicks! It worked great, and it is a perfect way to protect eggs from getting messed up when you’re dying, painting, or decoupaging them.
These decoupage Easter eggs turn out so pretty!
I love how bright the colors are, and they truly don’t have to be perfect. After decoupage dries, your eggs will look amazing!
I can’t wait to incorporate them into my Easter decor this year!
Put some in a decorative bowl, or include them on your Easter table as a terrific DIY craft idea.
Want more inexpensive DIY Easter Inspiration?
Create this cute and inexpensive centerpiece for your Easter table in just a few minutes using festive Peeps marshmallow candy! Go HERE for the tutorial.
Love decorating with Easter eggs? Learn how to paint these beautiful speckled eggs and compile a festive topiary at Sand & Sisal!
Re-purpose eggshells by making the most adorable tiny planters! Mini succulents would look perfect in these. Visit Le Robins Nest for the tutorial.
Mason jar crafts are the BEST, and I LOVE these whimsical painted jars. Go to Mason Jar Crafts for more info!
Are you excited to do some of these Easter crafts?I know I am. So fun!
Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s DIY/Crafts created just for Hip2Save, click here.