Blinged Out Easter Eggs

These Blinged Out Easter Eggs in Silver and Purple are almost Royal. They certainly add a touch of fun to any Easter decor!

 

These Blinged Out Easter Eggs in Silver and Purple are almost Royal. They certainly add a touch of fun to any Easter décor!

 

These Blinged Out Easter Eggs in Silver and Purple are almost Royal. They certainly add a touch of fun to any Easter decor!

 

I created these Blinged Out Easter Eggs with dyeable, reusable faux Easter eggs from Dollarama.

My favourite Egg is the “pearl” embellished egg.  Isn’t is pretty? I created it using a sheet of pearl sticker strips I also found at Dollarama and wrapped around the egg strip by strip until the entire egg was covered.

 

These Blinged Out Easter Eggs in Silver and Purple are almost Royal. They certainly add a touch of fun to any Easter decor!

 

It was the same process with the crystal or diamond or whatever the silvery gems are supposed to be. 

I love the egg that mixed up pearl stripes with diamonds.  Cute, right?

 

These Blinged Out Easter Eggs in Silver and Purple are almost Royal. They certainly add a touch of fun to any Easter decor!

 

I even found some pretty purple gem stickers and used those ones on reusable eggs I had painted purple first.

 

These Blinged Out Easter Eggs in Silver and Purple are almost Royal. They certainly add a touch of fun to any Easter decor!

 

The glittery eggs are super easy too.  I painted reusable eggs with modge podge and rolled them around in silver glitter, and I also mixed together purple and silver glitter and rolled other eggs around that.

So much glitter!

My girls loved the glitter, unfortunately they are apparently practising to be magpies and picked strips of the gems off the eggs so my next mission is to figure out how to seal them so they can’t do that any more.

 

These Blinged Out Easter Eggs in Silver and Purple are almost Royal. They certainly add a touch of fun to any Easter decor!

 

10 thoughts on “Blinged Out Easter Eggs

  1. I would so love to see a photo of your supplies, as I’m not sure what they are. A picture is worth a thousand words! The finished eggs are beautiful!

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