58 responses to “DIY Sprinkle Easter Eggs”

  1. Super Springy and fun!

  2. These turned out so great! I love ‘em Kelly.

  3. Pretty, pretty!

  4. Your photos are exceptional

  5. This is a fabulous idea!!

  6. I’m sure you could use blown out eggs, plastic eggs, and Styrofoam eggs..coat in a sealer or mod podge and use the next year.. no wasted eggs, and no worries about little hands eating the wrong stuff =)

  7. This is so cute we wanted to feature it on our egg post (with a link to your site, of course!). Thank you for the fun inspiration. Keep it coming – we love your site!

    Warmest,
    Liz and Lo

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  10. So fun! Just pinned!

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  12. This is amazing! I love it!

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  14. Oh, I like it! I have never seen anything like this. Thanks for sharing Kelly.

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  16. I have read you can make an edible glue with meringue powder and water. I wonder if using that would work – then the eggs would still be edible.

  17. SPRINKLES!!! What a cute idea! Thank you for sharing, Kelly.

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  19. When I tried to do this the sprinkles and color started to dissolve. Any suggestions?

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  23. any other ideas for sticking the sprinkles with an edible option?

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  25. You may be able to attach the sprinkles using piping gel so you can eat them later.. Or even peel the eggs then attach sprinkles with piping gel

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  28. I like your information you have provided, thanks. Very useful advice within your post!

  29. I’ve seen glitter covered eggs but these are even better! The pastel sprinkles are perfect Easter/Spring colours!

    I’ve just put together an “Easter Inspiration” post on my blog and had to include this (link back, of course!) – if you’re not happy me with using your picture just let me know and I can amend the post.

    http://mrs-jones-to-be.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/easter-inspiration.html

  30. These are so adorable. We have featured these egg designs on Easter egg designs roundup – http://theneodesign.com/creative-easter-egg-designs/.

    You can find even more lovely Easter egg designs in the article.

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  32. […] Kids love sprinkles and they will absolutely love these sprinkle eggs. With a few nonpareil sprinkles, you can create colorful and gorgeous eggs that are sure to catch everyone’s attention at your egg hunt. Note that you do have to use glue on these to get the sprinkles to stick so it is important that you make sure no one eats the sprinkles afterwards. You can use any type or color of sprinkles that you want to create beautiful eggs that are as unique as they are fun. Instructions – Studiodiy […]

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  35. […] These sprinkle Easter eggs look absolutely delicious and they’re easy to make so you won;t waste a lot of time with this project. You can either use hard boiled eggs or styrofoam eggs. You also need glue, a paintbrush and sprinkles. Cover the egg in a layer of glue and then press it down into the bowl of sprinkles. Using a spoon, cover the other half of the egg.{found on studiodiy}. […]

  36. This is so cute. The eggs look perfect. Certainly this idea I will use the next Easter :)

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  42. This year at Walmart the had white plastic eggs by the dozen for less than 2 dollars. They didn’t dye very well but the matte texture made glue and paint stick really well. I bought 4dozen but i wish I bought more.

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