Usually when you think of Easter, pastels and egg dyeing immediately come to mind. Looking for some new Easter egg decorating ideas? Here’s a fun and easy Easter project for kids that is anything but boring: googly-eyed Easter eggs.

Googly Eyed Easter Egg on #eastereggs

You will need: hard boiled or blown eggs, craft glue, googly eyes (6 and 7mm), markers or paint pens (optional)

Start with a plain brown or colorfully dyed egg and add small dabs of glue to a few areas at a time that you’ll want to add goggly eyes. Place an eye on top of each dab of glue and gently press down. Repeat this process until your egg is completely covered in googly eyes or you’ve reached your desired look. Wait for the glue to dry completely and you have an unusual abstract, egg monster that boys (especially) and girls will love.

Googly-eyed Easter eggs from #eastereggs

Googly-eyed Easter eggs from #eastereggs

Googly-eyed Easter Eggs on #eastereggs

For making faces, glue two googly eyes onto a plain egg and then paint or draw on the rest of the face, hair, and even a bow tie.

Photography, design and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff.

One Comment

  1. Makes me think of Humpty Dumpty!

    bettijo    Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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