DIY Easter Eggs With Clay and Moulds!

4 Materials
30 Minutes

Looking for ways to use clay and moulds on your Easter Eggs? DIY Easter Eggs with Clay and Moulds is super simple with these tips and tricks. Hi there, Sweet Friends, I am Cynthia Nessel from Create With Cynthia! I’ve got you covered in the Easter Egg Department, Sweet Friends. It’s time to start decorating for Easter and this DIY tutorial is just for you.

I don’t know about you, but nowadays I just don’t prefer to dye Easter Eggs. Nowadays, I prefer to use other types of crafting mediums for my eggs. The sky is really the limit. I’ve used paint and clay and even modge podge and fabric and ribbon. For today, we are using Iron Orchid Designs Air Dry Clay and Decor Moulds. DIY Easter Eggs with Clay and Moulds!

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Iron Orchid Designs has some incredible products and I love working with the Air Dry Clay and Decor Moulds. The clay is super easy to use and it dries over night. The moulds clean up well and can be used over and over again.


  • Air Dry Clay
  • Decor Moulds
  • DIY Paint
  • Wooden Eggs
  • Putty Knife
  • Wooden Trough
  • Easter Basket
  • Egg Plate
  • Egg Cups
  • Hot Glue Gun


Step one.

Step one: After you have gathered your supplies, start by seasoning your mould with Corn Starch. Use an old paint brush and spread corn starch inside the mould. Shake out any excess.

Step two.

Step two: Use your scraper to cut a piece of clay from the chunk of Air Dry Clay.

Step three,

Step three: Roll clay into a ball and press into the mould.

Step four.

Step four: Use scrapper and remove excess clay from mould. The micro rim will assist in ensuring a flat surface on the back of the mould.

Step five.

Step five: Once you have pressed clay inside mould, turn mould upside down and let gravity remove the clay from the mould.

Step six.

Step six: Once your moulds are created and before each dries you can glue them onto the wooden egg surface. Use Titebond or Hot Glue to adhere the clay mould to the wooden egg.

Step seven.

Let the clay mould and glue dry over night.

Step eight.

Step eight: Paint your wooden eggs with clay and moulds.

Step nine.

Step nine: Seal your paint with a top coat or wax. I prefer to use wax with clay and moulds as it gets into the crevices and creates a beautiful look.

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Don’t forget to decorate your eggs by placing them into a wooden box or basket or even on an egg plate. Now, if you’d like to watch this tutorial on You Tube, you can check out my video, “Decorating Eggs with Clay and Moulds!”

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  • Cindy Cindy on Apr 01, 2020

    What kind of wax should I use to seal project?

  • AnnM AnnM on Apr 01, 2020

    Is one brand of clay better than another for molding?

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  • Tam Tam on Apr 03, 2021

    Hi there! I'm not really into the Easter (except for Jesus)...BUT absolutely think your project is most charming! You have a flair for decorating and scene setting...colors and textures...verrrry nice!

  • Dot Dot on Apr 06, 2021

    Purchased the mold that was attached to the materials but way to large to use on the 'average' egg size and not the pieces that are used in the instructions.