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Customizing Wood Easter Eggs from Michaels - Kingston Crafts

Learn how to use your Cricut to transform plain wooden Easter eggs into unique holiday decor that you will want to display year after year!

The time right before any holiday is very dangerous for me…because the craft stores discount all of the holiday stuff and I must buy ALL of it and frantically make a bajillion projects!!! Last night it was a bunny wreath for my front door, today it is these wooden Easter eggs from Michaels that will look perfect on our mantle! {FTC disclaimer: I received some of these items for free, and this post contains affiliate links. So I might make a few pennies if you buy something!}

Cricut Explore Air and Design Space (could also use Cricut Maker)
Light Grip Mat
Basics Tools Set
Cricut Vinyl in Linen
Transfer Tape
Plaid FolkArt acrylic paint – Titanium White
foam brush
washi tape
Michaels wooden egg easels

Remove the stickers from the wooden eggs and wrap the edges with washi tape.

Paint the edges of each egg and let dry, then repeat with a second coat.

In Design Space, type “easter egg” in the search bar and you will find TONS of options! I just picked my three favorites – one for each egg.

Resize the egg images to fit the eggs, then “attach” the images (they will turn the same color) so you can cut them all on one piece of vinyl.

Cut the images and weed out the excess vinyl. Apply the transfer tape to the images, then the images to each egg. And voila!

Need more Easter decorating ideas? Check out these fun projects!

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