DIY Easter Sign

By | March 10, 2014

DIY Easter Sign
I know Easter is not till next month, but I have been in the Spirit of Spring lately and wanted to start my decorating now.  Last year we made this Easter Egg Garland to hang from our Mantel so this year I wanted to add this DIY Easter sign to go with it.

The kids had a blast painting the eggs, and because the eggs were paper mache there are no worries that they will break or come open (like the plastic ones will).   I did notice that after a little while the stickers started coming off the eggs so we just painted them with Mod Podge and that solved the issue.  However you might not have to do that I am sure it depends on the type of stickers you get.  Ours were bubble shaped and came off the eggs a little instead of just laying flat on them.  But they were the ones my daughter wanted so that is what we got.  The best thing about this sign is that  just like the store bought signs this can be stored and reused next year, only it is better because we made it!

Check out our EASTER Pintreast board for more fun ideas!

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6 Paper Mache Eggs
Letter Stickers
Paint Brushes
Glue Gun
Mod Podge


Paint eggsPaint each of your eggs a different color

Glue eggs together Once your paint dried use your glue gun, glue the eggs side by side

Stick Letters onto EggsPut your letter stickers on each egg to spell out EASTER

Paint over each egg / letter with Mod Podge to secure letters in place.

Finished project


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4 thoughts on “DIY Easter Sign

  1. Ashley

    This would be a great idea for helping children learn their names as well! Thank you for linking up to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop!

  2. April

    So adorable. That’s such a great craft to do with your girls. The way time is flying these days, we might as well think about Easter already! :) Spring is in the air and I’m loving it! Thank you for preparing us for Easter at Countdown in Style.

  3. Susan

    How adorable and perfect for Easter. (and don’t you wonder how the world operated before Mod Podge?!) Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday on Organized 31.


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