Botanical Easter Eggs

Virginia B
by Virginia B
2 Materials
5 Minutes

If you've tried the Re*design With Prima transfers, then you know how addicting they can be. Lately I've been putting them on everything!So, of course I had to put them on Easter eggs.

I picked up a carton of faux eggs at Michael's. I chose to leave them white, but you could paint them any color before adding the transfers.

I used the Fern Woods transfer and cut out a different botanical for each egg.

The transfers come with a stick (like a popsicle stick) to rub the transfers on, but I was able to just rub them on with my finger. There's a clear cover over the transfers that you pull off once the design is adhered.

Each egg got a different design. It only took about 5 minutes to create 5 botanical eggs. The hardest part was picking out which part of the design to use!

These are the easiest & least messy Easter eggs I've ever made! I added them to a wooden bowl filled with Spanish moss, and, because they aren't pastel, I'll be able to use these eggs in my decor through the Summer.

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