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Alphabet Easter Egg Craft

Try this alphabet Easter egg craft for a fun new take on egg decorating! These colorful eggs are a vibrant and creative way to decorate your home for Easter.

DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs
DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs

It’s time for Easter egg crafts! You can make these with plenty of time to spare before Easter, and they’re so fun for spelling out messages from the Easter bunny! Funnest. Egg hunt. Ever.

I turned again to my new favorite way to color eggs — spray paint. You can’t beat it for quickness and color coverage!

And it works perfectly with our sticker masking technique to make your alphabet of Easter eggs.

Psst — before you dive in, check out these other vibrant Easter egg craft ideas!

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my Secret Weapon for Easter Egg Crafts

If you haven’t seen my post on spray painting Easter eggs, get over there right now!

I love using spray paint to color Easter eggs when I’m making an Easter craft like this one. While dyeing eggs is a fun and nostalgic tradition, using spray paint creates highly saturated and vibrant eggs that are great for home decor.

It’s easy, fast, and highly effective — give it a try!

DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs

supplies You’ll Need

You don’t need much for this project! Just a few simple materials.

In these images, you’re looking at hard boiled eggs. But you could just as easily use faux eggs from a craft store (I really like these).

If you use faux eggs, you’ll have the added bonus of being able to store them and use them each year, over and over. I love an Easter project with a long life!

Materials

Make Time: 1 Hour (Plus Drying Time)

How to Make Alphabet EAster Egg Crafts

DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs Tutorial Images
  1. Place one letter sticker on each egg. Be sure to smooth the stickers down completely so that no paint seeps underneath. You might want to make a couple of alphabets so that you have lots of letters to spell with.
  2. In a well-ventilated area, lay your stickered eggs on a dropcloth or scrap of cardboard and spray with a light layer of paint. Allow them to dry completely; flip and paint the other side. After all paint is dry, check all angles of the eggs and add another light layer of paint to any areas that need more coverage.
  3. Once completely dry, peel the stickers slowly off the eggs.
  4. Spell out some fun phrases as you hide the eggs, or make an arrangement to display them saying something cool!
DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs
DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs

How to Display Your Alphabet Easter Eggs

I love these! And they would go perfectly with our typography eggs from last year. I gotta tell ya, I was making myself totally laugh as I was spelling out phrases to photograph for this post!

Here are just a few ideas for displaying your alphabet Easter egg crafts:

  • At an Easter brunch, spell out each guest’s name at their table setting.
  • Spell out an Easter message on a table centerpiece.
  • Attach them to a garland spelling out an Easter message and hang in a doorway or over a mantel.
  • Spell your kiddo’s names in their Easter baskets.

You have no idea some of the words that ended up on the cutting room floor. We’ll leave that for another day. What would you spell with your alphabet eggs?

If you try and love this alphabet Easter egg craft be sure to rate it below! xoxo

DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs
DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs
DIY Alphabet Easter Eggs

Alphabet Easter Egg Craft

Yield: Alphabet Easter Eggs
Active Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

Try this alphabet Easter egg craft for a fun new take on egg decorating! These colorful eggs are a vibrant and creative way to decorate your home for Easter.

Materials

  • Eggs (real or faux)
  • Spray paint
  • Alphabet stickers

Tools

  • Tweezers

Instructions

  1. Place one letter sticker on each egg. Be sure to smooth the stickers down completely so that no paint seeps underneath. You might want to make a couple of alphabets so that you have lots of letters to spell with.
  2. In a well-ventilated area, lay your stickered eggs on a dropcloth or scrap of cardboard and spray with a light layer of paint. Allow them to dry completely; flip and paint the other side. After all paint is dry, check all angles of the eggs and add another light layer of paint to any areas that need more coverage.
  3. Once completely dry, peel the stickers slowly off the eggs.
  4. Spell out some fun phrases as you hide the eggs, or make an arrangement to display them saying something cool!

Notes

I love these! And they would go perfectly with our typography eggs from last year. I gotta tell ya, I was making myself totally laugh as I was spelling out phrases to photograph for this post!

Here are just a few ideas for displaying your alphabet Easter egg crafts:

At an Easter brunch, spell out each guest's name at their table setting.

  • Spell out an Easter message on a table centerpiece.
  • Attach them to a garland spelling out an Easter message and hang in a doorway or over a mantel.
  • Spell your kiddo's names in their Easter baskets.

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  10. hello!! does the hard boiled eggs expire or how long do they last??
    i wonder if they get smelly or something…

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