DIY Decoupage Eggs

Oh, how we have a special place in our crafty hearts for the art of découpage. We can always rely on good ol’ trusty Mod Podge to assist in embellishing handbags, boxes, and even pumpkins. But eggs? Ostrich eggs?! Only Martha would think of something so clever and perfect for the season. Head on over to HonestlyYUM to get the full rundown on how to recreate these colorful spring objets!

(tutorial via HonestlyYUM)

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32 Comments

  1. Monica wrote:

    Is there anything you can’t Mod Podge? I love it. Eggs have never looked so pretty!

    M.

    3.26.13
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  2. Iren wrote:

    Wonderful idea for Easter Day!!!!!

    xoxo Iren
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    3.26.13
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  3. i love the idea, maybe i should try this ;>

    3.26.13
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  4. Oh my gosh these are absolutely perfect! My boyfriend and I have been trying to decide what to do with our big box of easter eggs for this year. I think we have our answer!

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    3.26.13
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  5. What an amazing idea! Love it!

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    3.26.13
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  6. Laura wrote:

    These are so cute !
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    Love from Paris

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  7. Lovely!
    Great DIY!
    I will try it 😉

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  8. it’s so original and beautiful DIY!! it’s so easy to do!!!

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  9. Nancy wrote:

    I know what everyone in my house is getting for Easter next year. Thanks for sharing this!

    3.26.13
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  10. Odette wrote:

    What a beautiful piece or art. I can only imagine how long it must have taken to get it this right.
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  11. Veronika wrote:

    This looks so pretty! will try it next time.. I opted for the black-and-white Sharpie easter eggs design this year. Check it out here:
    http://www.i-wear-my-own.de/2013/03/design-ostereier-diy.html

    3.26.13
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  12. Abby wrote:

    I love those butterfly printed eggs!

    3.26.13
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  13. Michelle D wrote:

    I really like this look. Instead of the mod podge aspect I bought a small bucket of temporary tattoo made for little girls. It has a bunch of flowers themed ones and looks just as good.

    3.26.13
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  14. Denisa wrote:

    That looks so nice and today I started with decoration too.

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  15. Floortje wrote:

    Aww these eggs look so cute?

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  16. Alyx wrote:

    OBSESSED.

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  17. This is so cool!!
    xxx
    Naomi
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  18. Paula wrote:

    Oh WOW! I love these – I would be happy to have them sitting somewhere in my house 😀

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  19. i.s. wrote:

    seriously brilliant idea! xx
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  20. Mary wrote:

    How beautiful! A few steps up from my normal dye job : )

    Mary
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    3.27.13
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  21. Shelley wrote:

    Beautiful! These eggs look like something from Anthropologie, I wish my place was such that I could show off these eggs!
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    3.27.13
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  22. Emelie wrote:

    So so Beautiful! Needs mutch tolerans and patients! ^^
    lots of love! /DINUOVO

    3.28.13
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  23. Roanna wrote:

    I want to work for y’all! 😀

    3.28.13
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  24. Len wrote:

    Needs a bit more patience that I have, but what a beauty!

    4.17.13
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  25. venice wrote:

    can’t see your photo on safari…

    8.17.13
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  26. kinda wrote:

    thank you ; great idea
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    12.5.13
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  27. Cute!

    10.20.14
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