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Decorate Easter Eggs with Tattoos

I’ve been dying and trying different ways to decorate Easter Eggs for the past 8 years with my boys. Every year, we like to try something a bit different to keep it interesting. This year, we got to try something totally different – giving our Easter Eggs tattoos! What’s so fun about decorating Easter Eggs is you can make your eggs completely express your own personality and interests!

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Decorate Easter Eggs with Temporary Tattoos

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Start with dying your eggs or leave them white. You’ll want to only use the tattoos on dry eggs, so you’ll need to wait until your eggs are fully dry before you start to apply the tattoos if you decide to use dye first.

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Pick out the images you’d like from the temporary tattoos sheet and cut out the ones you want to use. Peel off the plastic protective sheet and then press them onto the eggs print side facing your egg. Hold a wet wash cloth to the eggs for 30 seconds and then carefully pull back the edge of the tattoos to make sure they are all the way applied.

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If you have any corners that peel up, use a wet finger to gently press the tattoos down onto the egg.

Fiora is making Easter Egg decorating fun this year with a fun egg decorating contest with The Rachel Ray Show. Now, you can decorate your eggs using the limited-edition free Fiora egg tattoos.

Their temporary tattoo’s are a really fun and easy way to decorate and make your eggs, no matter which way you dye or decorate Easter Eggs this year, finish off the eggs by adding your unique personality with egg tattoos! You can get your own egg tattoo’s for free through Fiora’s Facebook Page.

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How do you decorate your Easter Eggs?

Sarah L

Monday 30th of March 2015

I don't do Easter eggs. Thanks for the contest.


Monday 30th of March 2015

I like to use glitter, a little paint, and some stickers to decorate the Easter eggs.

Bryan E.

Monday 30th of March 2015

Thank You for the giveaway…a friend suggested we use Kool-Aid to color our Easter Eggs.

Terry Cross

Monday 30th of March 2015

We've never done anything unique. Just colored them then put stickers or drawn on them


Monday 30th of March 2015

We like to use white crayons to write on them and rubber bands for multi colored ones!

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