Mosaic Easter Eggs

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If you’re wanting to get extra crafty and stylish with your Easter egg decorating this year, try these charming Mosaic Easter Eggs!

A white and blue Mosaic easter egg with cracked blue shells.

Mosaic art is made up of small pieces put together to create an image or design. We thought it would be so neat to create mosaic art on eggs! The project is tedious, but there are no rules so it makes it fun!

Mosaic Easter eggs in an egg holder.

How to Make Mosaic Easter Eggs

  • Boil at least 8 white eggs
  • Set half of the white eggs to the side to save.
  • Mix one cup water with 1/4 cup vinegar and food coloring dye. We used shades of blue and green. Once submerged in the dye, the color takes fast, so keep an eye on them.
  • Crack and peel a few white eggs and a few colored eggs. You have to remove the film under the shell too. Try to get some large, medium and small shells when you crack the egg.
  • Separate each color of shell into individual bowls.
  • Using Elmer’s glue and toothpicks, gently place the shells on the egg. Use round cracked shells for the top and break them so they fit the roundness of the egg.
Green and blue Mosaic easter eggs in a row on a white table with cracked egg shells.

You can use these Mosaic Easter eggs to decorate for Easter! Add them to a table setting or fill a vase! Furthermore, you can use them as the “special” eggs for an Easter egg hunt!

A green Mosaic Easter egg with cracked shells.

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Mosaic Easter Eggs

Tutorial for making very cool Mosaic Easter eggs!
5 from 2 votes
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Course: DIY Crafts
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 2 hours
Cook Time: 0 minutes
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Total Time: 2 hours
Servings: 6 eggs
Calories:
Author: Eden

Ingredients

  • 1 dozen eggs
  • 1/4 cup vinegar
  • food coloring
  • 1 bottle Elmers glue

Instructions

  • Boil at least 8 white eggs
  • Set half of the white eggs to the side to save.
  • Mix one cup of water with 1/4 cup vinegar and food coloring dye. We used shades of blue and green. Once submerged in the dye, the color takes fast, so keep an eye on them.
  • Crack and peel a few white eggs and a few colored eggs. You have to remove the film under the shell too. Try to get some large, medium and small shells when you crack the egg.
  • Separate each color of shell into individual bowls.
  • Using Elmer’s glue and toothpicks, gently place the shells on the egg. Use round cracked shells for the top and break them so they fit the roundness of the egg.
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