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Pier 1 Inspired Easter Eggs DIY


Hi Everyone!
Easter and Spring are just around the corner. And so is Easter. I just love to see all the beautiful flowers and decorated Easter eggs. These Pier 1 eggs inspired this DIY.

I purchased 8 dozen eggs from the Dollar Tree.   

And these Pier 1 Easter eggs inspired this DIY.  They are $8 each.

Here are the supplies I needed:

Plastic eggs

Bling on a roll

Mod Podge


Hot glue gun

There are multiple designs that are so easy to do. 

I have a detailed video that you can enjoy.  

Click this video to see how simple it is t create these beautiful eggs. It's beginning to look a lot like Easter.  

Materials used for this project:

  • Plastic Easter Eggs   (Dollar Tree)
  • Mod Podge   (Dollar Tree)
  • Bling on a roll & Gems   (Dollar Tree)
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  • Brenda Ogden
    Brenda Ogden
    on Mar 4, 2017

    Those are pretty. Someone could take your ideas and run with them. Be creative. It's so rewarding.

  • They are beautiful..you did a fantastic job on them. I would absolutely make these. Unfortunately the Dollar Tree where I live does not carry the bling on a roll or gems or Mod Podge. I would have to purchase those items at Joanne's and it would be too expensive.

    • Linda H
      Linda H
      on Mar 21, 2017

      Rosemary, you can make your own homemade "Mod Podge" with white school glue and water. Search online for exact portions.

  • Colimbia1
    on Mar 15, 2017

    This looks wonderful as well as fun to do. Grown up Easter Eggs. 🐣

  • Eileen S
    Eileen S Chester, MD
    on Mar 15, 2017

    This is a great idea for my granddaughter and I to do together.

    • Barb in Texas
      Barb in Texas Houston, TX
      on Apr 4, 2017

      Use spray paint, or even acrylic paint and a brush. That way you have whatever color you want.

  • Thank you Linda..I was unaware that I could make my own. I will try it.

  • Karen Hedger
    Karen Hedger
    on Mar 23, 2017

    I love this. So beautiful. I have a beautiful bowl on my table that is just calling out for these!

  • Martha Lofton
    Martha Lofton Bogue Chitto, MS
    on Mar 30, 2017

    I will have to make some of these when I get a chance to get some eggs . I got the bling. and the Mod podge .

  • Colgrey
    on Mar 31, 2017

    I have a large collection of Easter Eggs collected through the years. I am always interested in seeing new methods to decorate eggs. I also collect crosses and put those on the tree for Easter too. I have a 5 ft. Christmas tree in the corner of my living room, sitting on a table. White lights on the tree. It is a 'seasonal tree'. I change the tree based on the seasons of the year: winter theme, Valentine's Day, Mardi Gras, Easter, red-white and blue items for Memorial Day and 4th of July; assorted seashells for the summer; post cards from vacations; fall items with clip on sunflowers from the dollar store and finally Christmas.

    • Jenner
      Jenner Wichita Falls, TX
      on Apr 15, 2017

      that is a great idea we have had to leave our Christmas tree up as a big night light for our 2 girls one is 2 and the other 4 months makes night time feeding and changes easier but now we can make it change with the season thanks for your wonderful idea! you rock!!

  • Adelena Darling
    Adelena Darling
    on Apr 15, 2017

    This is just beautiful, thank you for the lovely idea! Going to my dollar tree :)

  • Sandra Allen
    Sandra Allen
    on Apr 15, 2017

    I have some I made recently but will have to wait a couple weeks to post. Not sure if I should since I can't get it on before Easter but I might. Eggs are a fun decoration no matter what the season. Kind of like hearts are great no matter when you make them!!

  • Colgrey
    on Apr 16, 2017

    Thank you. I store my very good (home crafted eggs) in the clear Egglands egg cartons. The carton flips over twice and snaps into place - safeguarding the eggs I have made. I also have many beautiful crosses in various metals and plastics. If you plan to have a 'seasonal tree', then I would suggest using clear, snap lid, plastic boxes or use popcorn tins. The large popcorn tins are out year round in various styles (or you can label over the cans for the various seasons for your tree). They are perfect to store seasonal tree items: the ornaments, garlands, strings of pearls, flowers, etc. I store them in my house attic year round. The lids are a very tight fit and stay nice and moisture free year round. When the Christmas lights are on sale at the end of the season, buy some extra boxes just in case you need to replace strings of lights during the year. Good luck with your tree.

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