Stick-On Gold Easter Eggs
Temporary tattoos stick to eggs just like they would to your skin. All you need is a pretty design and a wet sponge.
Photography: Shanna Sullivan
Source: Martha Stewart
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These Easter eggs are decorated with easy-to-use temporary tattoos in delicate, gold foil designs. We used spring motifs like birds and flowers — but the choice is yours. Use your favorite temporary tattoos or print out your own clip-art designs onto tattoo paper (available at stationery stores). To preserve your eggs for seasons to come, watch our 1-minute video for the quick tutorial on how to blow out an egg.
Rose Tattoos by Meri Meri, $2.50 for 2 sheets, shopmerimeri.com
Prep your eggs for a smooth surface by gently cleaning each one individually with a damp sponge.
Remove protective plastic backing sheet from the temporary tattoo and place it face down on the egghell. (Tip: The smaller the design, the easier it is to smooth onto the curved surface of the shell.)
Apply a wet sponge on the back for 30 seconds, saturating the paper, with light pressure.
Carefully peel off the paper backing and let dry completely.