Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs

Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs are a fun spin on the traditional Easter egg!  I am kind of obsessed with dipping things in glitter.  My Glitter Dipped Christmas Candles were such a hit, I decided to put an Easter spin on the project.  {If you missed the Glitter Dipped Christmas Candles, click here.}  Don’t worry, these eggs are paper mache so they can’t spoil.  The bright colors and sparkles make me long for spring!

Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs via #easter #crafts #glitter

Wanna make your own Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs?

Here’s what you need:

Paper mache eggs




Mod Podge


Begin by painting your paper mache eggs.  This will take at least two coats (three on the green).  Set aside to dry.


Once the eggs are dry, brush some Mod Podge on the bottom half of the egg.  {I used Sparkle Mod Podge because it’s my favorite to use with glitter projects.}


Roll your eggs through the glitter.  Set aside and allow to dry.


Here are all of them in the egg carton.  They are so pretty and colorful!

Minus drying time, this takes about ten minutes.  It actually took me longer to clean up the mess I made.  LOL

Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs via #easter #crafts #glitter

Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs via #easter #crafts #glitter

Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs via #easter #crafts #glitter

These Glitter Dipped Easter Eggs are now my new favorite glitter project!

How do you decorate your Easter eggs?


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  1. Crystal says

    Love the glitter!!! They are going to look so cute on my bar. I can’t wait to make them. Great idea!! Thanks so much :)

  2. says

    Yeah for glitter! These are so pretty. I’m totally knocking you off and making these…they will make such a sparkly centerpiece for my table. Pinning!

  3. says

    I adore these sweet little glitter eggs. I just bought some paper mache eggs yesterday and now I know what to do with them! Thanks for the inspiration. Found you at the Shine on Fridays party at One Artsy Mama!

  4. says

    These are so pretty! I am feeling a glitter project coming on! Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I’ll be featuring these today. Have a wonderful week!
    Jenn :)

  5. Lisa Rohrbaugh says

    Love anything with glitter and these eggs are adorable. I am sure I missed it but cannot find how to make the paper mache eggs. Can you help me with this? Thank You.

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      Thanks Lisa! I totally bought those eggs! I have never had good luck with making paper mache. I got those at Joann Fabric – 6 in a bag for a couple of bucks. =)

  6. says

    Thanks so much for linking to Make the Scene Monday @ Alderberry Hill. You are being featured later this afternoon!
    I hope you are having a wonderful weekend, and join me later this evening for Make the Scene Monday #65!

  7. denise moll says

    I took a pencil and used the eraser part to add glitter flowers to the top. Really cute and FUN! Thanks for the idea!

  8. Holly says

    Hello, I’m new to the whole crafting thing. This may sound a little weird, but what type of mod podge do I use? When I looked it up to see where to buy I saw diff types like “matte” or “satin” mod podge. Just wondering what’s the best for over-all crafting. And is mod podge kid-friendly or is this something I should do on my own? Thanks!

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      Not a weird question at all! There is a great guide on the Plaid website that walks you through type of Mod Podge for the specific craft you have in mind. Here’s the link Mod Podge is glue so I would say if they are old enough to use glue, they can help. Just supervise them so it doesn’t get everywhere! LOL Thanks so much for stopping by, Holly!


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