34 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!

    Liz and Lo


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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.


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