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Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs

Ready to try some other fun ways to decorate your Easter Eggs this year? Temporary tattoo and dried floral Easter eggs are incredibly simple to make and always turn out adorable. This creative craft is a fun way to add a personal touch to your holiday decor. You can experiment with different colors, patterns, and designs to make each egg truly special. Whether you prefer pastel hues or vibrant shades, there are endless possibilities to explore. You can also experiment with wooden eggs to craft beautiful decorations for the Easter season. Your kids will absolutely enjoy it as well!

beautiful tattoo and floral confetti eggs on tray

Why not try creating some unique and charming painted Easter eggs? Get your paintbrushes ready and let your imagination run wild as you transform plain eggs into miniature works of art. Decorating Easter eggs is a delightful tradition that can bring joy to both kids and adults alike. Here’s to having good time crafting these delightful decorations!

wooden eggs with Easter tattoos


  • hard-boiled eggs or wooden eggs
  • acrylic paints- you chose your colors
  • paint brush or foam brushes
  • Mod Podge
  • sponge or wet paper towel
  • temporary tattoos- I love using A Little Confetti Shop or Ellie and Piper Co
sheet of Easter egg decorating tattoos
flower confetti bag

Instructions for Temporary Tattoo and Floral Easter Eggs:

Boil your eggs.

Choose which eggs you’d like to paint before applying the temporary tattoo or using Mod Podge to attach the floral confetti. Make sure to let the paint dry completely before adding the tattoos or floral confetti.

painting Easter egg with foam brush

Cut out the tattoo that you plan to place on the egg.

cutting out temporary tattoo with scissors

Apply the tattoo onto the egg by using a damp sponge or paper towel, ensuring enough time for the tattoo to adhere to the egg.

Remove the paper towel and gently press the tattoo onto the egg. Smooth out any wrinkles or air bubbles by gently rubbing your finger over the tattoo.

Baby Chick tattoo on painted Easter egg

*If you are creating floral confetti eggs, remember to apply Mod Podge to the egg after painting to ensure the confetti sticks. Then gently press the egg into the floral confetti.

dipping Easter egg into the floral confetti

I hope you had fun creating these Easter eggs with your kids and family. Display them proudly or gift it to a friend as a unique and creative Easter decoration!

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Looking for more fun ways to decorate Easter eggs?

Check out one of my favorites: Cool Whip Easter Eggs


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