Easter Eggs

Dying Easter Eggs brings back to many sweet memories for me. Who says the fun has to stop once you turn 21? Using temporary tattoos is a crazy easy way to put a boho chic spin on this seasonal activity. To be honest, I don’t know why we didn’t decorate the eggs with temporary tattoos growing up. The process is easy and there is no mess!


Step 1. Make Hard Boiled Eggs

  • Carefully place the eggs in the pot
  • Only make one layer of eggs
  • Cover the eggs with 1 inch of water
  • Place pot on stove and bring to a boil (set stove heat to medium)
  • Remove the pot from the heat once the water begins to boil
  • Allow the eggs to let sit for 12 minutes
  • Move the eggs to a colander
  • Run the eggs under cool water

Step 2. Cut Out The Individual Tattoos That You’d Like To Use From The Tattoo Sheet

easter eggsStep 3. Remove The Plastic Tattoo Cover From The Paper Backing And Tattoo

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Step 4. Place The Tattoo On The Egg With The Design Facing Down (On The Egg)

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Step 5. Gently Rub A Damp Paper Towel Or Washcloth Over The Tattoo’s Paper Backing To Transfer The Tattoo Onto The Egg easter eggs

Step 6. Slowly Peel The Paper Backing Off Of The Egg, Leaving The Design

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