Enhance your Easter decor with French Style Easter Eggs!
If you are a lover of all things French, then there’s nothing better than infusing that style into your Easter holiday decorating!
Easter is right around the corner and these decoupaged French style Easter eggs are perfect!
And what’s even better is that you can reuse them every year!
This is such an easy project, and you can order everything off of Amazon and have it delivered right to your door!
Here’s what you will need:
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- Paper Napkins
- Small Artist’s Brush
- Styrofoam Eggs (you can also use wood or plastic eggs)
You will want to remove the back layer from the napkins…just peel it off, leaving the layer with the design.
Tear or cut small pieces from the napkin.
It’s easier to decoupage a round object with small pieces, rather than large.
Using the small artist’s brush, place some decoupage on the egg, place one of your pieces of napkin on it, and then decoupage over the top of it, layering the pieces around the egg.
I worked on several eggs at a time, letting some of the layers dry before adding more. Otherwise, it gets too sticky.
The decoupage dries quickly so it doesn’t take long to finish a dozen eggs!
Once all of the eggs are finished, add one more thin layer of decoupage over the entire egg to seal everything, and let dry.
Then they are ready to display!
There’s so many ways to decorate with these French style Easter eggs, and they have such a pretty look added to a plant or urn.
They also make a pretty adornment for each place setting at the Easter table!
(Other Easter posts you might enjoy):
We recently found a gorgeous antique French dining table and I used an old salvaged architectural capital filled with orchids for a centerpiece.
It has preserved green moss in the bottom and I added a few of the French style eggs to it as well as a nest.
This giant rabbit topiary was begging for a few eggs too!
This is my second Easter egg project. You can see my first one HERE.
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