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Easter Egg Decorating: Part 1

Easter is almost here. It’s time to have crazy fun decorating Easter eggs! Hurray! The method featured here is super-easy.

  1. Decide how many eggs you’ll need; drain the yolks.
  2. Using a Classic Stampin’ Pad (US/CA), stamp an image on a white napkin and cut it out using Paper Snips.
  3. Adhere the stamped image to the clean, dry egg by covering it with a coat of Mod Podge. Let dry.

In case you’re wondering, I used the cherry blossom stamp from the Morning Meadow Hostess Stamp Set. It can be yours for free if you host a qualifying Stampin’ Up! party—but any of our stamp sets with springtime images would work beautifully. The Classic Stampin’ Pad colors used here are: Calypso Coral, Coastal Cabana, Crisp Cantaloupe, Daffodil Delight, Strawberry Slush, and Tangerine Tango.

And that’s it! I’ll be posting some other ways to decorate Easter eggs in days to come. Stay tuned!

Do you have any fun ideas for decorating Easter eggs? We’d love to hear about them! Please share your ideas (or include a link to a photo) in the space below!

Cindy B.

Sr. Staff Writer

If you’d like all of the instructions on one page, here you go!


  • Michelle D.

    Feb 14

    Just in time for Easter! My kids and grand kids will love it.

  • Nanette

    Feb 14

    Great idea!!

  • LeAnne

    Feb 14

    Love this idea!

  • Wilma Benedict.

    Feb 14

    Very nice.

  • Cathy Warhank

    Feb 14

    Beautiful! I can't wait to try this.

  • Cindyfreiberg@Yahoo

    Feb 14

    I would use a stamp that I have a framework to cut them out to make it faster