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Floral Stamped Easter Eggs

To evoke Liberty of London's sweet flowerscapes, all you need is tiny rubber stamps, chalk ink, and a steady hand.

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Photography: Ngoc Minh Ngo

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 2017


Don’t miss out: Get Martha’s Guide to Easter Eggs—it’s the exclusive resource for tutorials, tips, and decorating ideas. 


To make decorated eggs last beyond the season, blow them out first. For a quick tutorial, watch how to blow out an egg.



  • Eggs

  • Hero Arts mounted rubber stamp mini tub set, in Flower Garden, $12,

  • ColorBox Fluid chalk-ink pads, from $1.50 each,

  • Hair Dryer


  1. Press a rubber stamp into the ink pad, then gently roll a stamp along the egg's contours.

  2. Dry the area thoroughly with a hair dryer before starting another section.
  3. Optional: Set eggs on pin-board (a foam board with a grid of pins) to dry.

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