Invite moms to get crafty with this table of DIY decorating supplies at an egg-decorating party. Grown-up guests get as giddy as kids at the chance to show off their artistic side… and keep their creations to decorate their own homes for the holiday. Don’t forget to set up a decorating table for the kids too, plus a food table for little ones and one for moms alike.
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First, cover your table with pink wrapping paper to protect it from spills. Then place an egg platter in the center of the table to show off guests’ creations.
Snacks near the decorating table ensure crafters don’t get hungry. Paper lanterns from the Evite party store dress up the background.
Flowers delivered via ProFlowers add a springtime touch.
A DIY decorating cart is full of embellishments and tools and includes a few kitchen towels for any spills.
The cart can also hold cartons for decorated eggs and springtime plants.
Decorating eggs is more fun with friends.
For marble-dipped eggs, drip multiple drops of nail polish in a bowl of water and dip your egg in.
Decorate blown-out brown eggs with Chalk Ink markers.
To decorate eggs with temporary tattoos, simply place the tattoo design facedown on the egg and hold a damp sponge over it for about a minute.
To affix gold foil onto an egg, paint the egg with liquid adhesive, then carefully place gold foil on it in your desired pattern. Once the egg has dried, you may want to paint a sealant over it to make it last longer.
Friends bond over creative time together.
As guests complete each egg, have them set them in the egg platter in the middle of the table.
Finished eggs make a lovely centerpiece.
An egg-decorating party gives guests a chance to celebrate twice.
A guest shows off her Chalk Ink and gold foil creations.
These nail-polished and temporary-tattooed eggs are little works of art.
Chalk Ink and marbled designs on blown-out eggs make charming keepsakes for years to come.
Chalk Ink marker eggs allow for finely detailed designs.
Marble-dipped eggs make swirly, girly designs.
Glitter eggs are simple to create with liquid adhesive.
Spray-paint egg cartons in a festive color and set out for guests to carry their finished eggs home in.