DIY: Mod Podge Eggs


Emily Franke

Yet another hallmark of the Easter season are eggs. Often they are used in Easter egg hunts, where plastic, boiled, or candy eggs are hidden for children to find. The pastel egg marks the spot for a quick and easy decoration that doubles as an edible. Eggs are also used as decor around the spring season to bring a feeling of revival after a long, dreary winter comes to an end.
These mod podge eggs are a twist on the traditional egg decorations and still easy to make. Let these decoration ideas help inspire your artistic side this spring season.
[nggallery id=289] By Emily Franke 
This is the second in a three part series on DIY Easter activities. Here is the first post:
Check back on Thursday March 28 for a new easter DIY.
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