HOLIDAY DIY | Wooden Painted Eggs








Warmer weather means Spring is right around the corner! Which means it’s time to start decorating eggs for Easter! I remember loooooving to dye eggs when I was younger (my first dip dying!), but haaaaating the smell of hard boiled eggs. The magical world of crafting quickly fixed that conundrum by creating wooden eggs that are the prefect for any DIY technique. There are are million amazing egg designs out there (enter Pinterest black hole search) but I decided to pick a color palette and paint few designs to create a happy little egg family. The gold paint pen worked amazingly on the wood, giving the eggs a shiny metallic touch. The best part, these eggs can be saved and used for years to come!

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The details: Airplant Diamond planter by Janelle Gramling 


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  1. They look great!

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  2. Lola A says:

    this look so cute, I really like the sleeping one with gold eyelashes

  3. Nicole Stark says:

    I love these, they are so creative and contemporary. Love!

  4. Rachael says:

    these look so cute! xx

  5. Michelle says:

    Loving them! Especially the colour combinations, I guess you could use normal eggs as well 🙂

    1. Jenni says:

      Yeeeep! These just last longer, haha!

  6. Nadya Elvina says:

    Really cute! Your ideas are always so adorable 🙂

  7. What a smart idea! I don’t like hard boiled egg smell either, or the blown out egg shells. These are perfect, and they stand by themselves!! Hooray!


  8. Paige says:

    I’m loving this egg idea! Totally going to try to recreate it for our house!


    1. Jenni says:

      Can’t wait to see how the turn out!

  9. Rebecca says:

    They’re so cute! I love the paint stroke one and it’s so good you can use them all again.
    I can’t wait for all the Easter DIY’s, I’m tempted to try a few myself.

  10. Those eggs are so crazy cute and so easy to do! Thanks for the ideas!!! Actually that’s exactly why I love your DIYs, they’re all so easy and simple! 🙂

    xx, Victoria, gone with ‘The Wind of Inspiration’

    1. Jenni says:

      Awww thanks so much Victoria! xx j

  11. Ohhh!! This is a great idea! Thanks for it!

  12. Katie Sparks says:

    How adorable! Such a great way to add a fun, whimsical touch to the whole season!

  13. Willia says:

    Great Website, Check out my website as well!

  14. Motte says:

    ooh these are adorable! I love that you used wooden eggs, makes for a longer life span!
    Need to figure where to get some… Thanks for sharing!
    x motte

    1. Jenni says:

      Check the link! You can get all the supplies at Darby Smart

  15. sherry says:

    Love the wooden egg idea. I am so ready or Easter. Nice eggs.

  16. Gouu says:

    these are absolutely adorable ! I love the fact that they are wooden so they’ll last for a lot longer and are more durable . 🙂

  17. Betty says:

    Aw these are so cute 🙂 ideal for the holiday season and I also like the colors your worked with!


  18. Kiren says:

    These are super cute! I love the contrasting colours you have used they work so well. Cant wait to get started on mine!

  19. rosie says:

    These are so cute . . . I am so doing my eggs this year just like this!!

  20. these eggs loog great!
    thanks for sharing your tutorial! i set a link and hope you agree.

    best wishes, doro von Hand zu Hand

  21. Erin Griffin says:

    hi great idea

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