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21 Mar 2016

How to Make Confetti Easter Eggs

With Easter right around the corner, we wanted to share a fun way to bring a little confetti party to your eggs this year. They're so easy and so fun to make, and you only need a few things...

How to Make Confetti Easter Eggs

You'll need:

-hard-boiled eggs (you can leave them white or dye them in various pastel colors before starting)

-confetti (we love this one)

-mod podge glue

-flat edge brush

How to Make Confetti Easter Eggs

Here's how:

1. Coat an egg with a light layer of mod podge. 

2. While the glue is still wet, roll the egg in a single layer of confetti. Keep rolling until you've covered every part of the egg.

3. Then coat the outside of the confetti-covered egg with one more layer of mod podge. Let dry and repeat with more eggs!

How to Make Confetti Easter Eggs

Not only are these fun for kids to help make, but they're also so fun to find in an Easter egg hunt!

P.S. Neon dip-dyed eggs!

{Photos by Casey Brodley, crafting by Julia Wester and Jessica Hong, styling by Julia Wester.}



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