Do you like easy and fun DIY projects? Today’s crafts spring project is a quick and easy project that you can use as a table centerpiece. With a few supplies you can make your own wood decoupage eggs. After making them you can grab some Easter grass or moss and insert them into a pretty clear glass bowl. Creating this easy home decor centerpiece for your tables.
You can use your wooden decoupaged eggs in any type of your spring centerpiece decorations or tablescapes. Depending on how many wooden eggs you paint this can be a 30 minute craft or if you paint and decoupage 30 wooden eggs like I did it will take you about few hours, total time. This includes dry time if your house is warm when your painting. That makes the paint dry faster.
Easy And Fun DIY Projects
Let me share how easy and fun this spring craft idea is. You just need some wooden eggs, paints, rub ons and decoupage glue. The decoupage glue will seal the rub ons and make your eggs look a little bit glossy. But, you can purchase a matte finish if you prefer.
To make things easy for you I sourced the supplies I used.
With the exception of the exact glass bowl and Easter grass. I did find a few similar. These are affiliate links I will earn a small commission, at no additional cost to you. The earnings I make help run our site and write tutorials for you. Thanks for your support.
Craft Supplies you’ll want to have on hand for this spring craft center piece project:
- Wooden Eggs (15 ct or 30 ct)
- DecoArt Acrylic Paints (fan favorites)
- DecoArt Acrylic Paints (crafter acrylics)
- Glue brush
- Rub Ons (spring rub on transfers) (lovely flowers) (open book)
Optional crafts supplies;
How to decoupage on wood:
- Gather all your crafts supplies and spring colored acrylic paints. I used recycled yogurt containers for the paint.
- NOTE: *rinse and dry paint brush slightly between colors
- Hold your eggs end to end and paint them. Next set them on their bottoms. I carefully, paint the top of the egg and let them dry completely before I paint the bottoms.
- Once they are all dried I turn them on their sides and paint the bottoms. Let them dry completely.
- Note: * You may have to repeat the process for some colors giving them two coats of paint, if so repeat steps 1-4.
- Grab your rub on transfers and carefully rub your designs on each egg you want to add them to.
- Once you are done use Decou-Page to cover all your eggs. This will give them a nice slightly glossy finish and seal on your rub ons.
What types of spring crafts have you been doing?