Happy Monday! How is Easter so close to being here? We’re talking April 16th to be exact! It feels like yesterday it was just Saint Patrick’s day! It’s really weird! I thought for sure I would be burned out on pineapples by now, but I still love them! I’ll be honest, flamingos got wildly popular around the same time, and I am sort of burnt out on those!
So these eggs are a lot easier than you would ever imagine! A little construction paper and paint goes a heck of a long way! ;) And of course, I had to bust out the pink as it’s not only a huge part of our signature branding but my motto is – the pinker, the better! But I did incorporate some green so I hope you guys are proud of me! ;) It’s a process, let me tell you! I promise this year, I will venture outside of pink a little more!
P.S. If you want to create these eggs for a table setting that is NOT edible, you can buy DIY eggs that you’re able to paint and save year after year for a display. So fun!
How To Make Pink Pineapple Easter Eggs
- Plain white Easter eggs (boiled or plastic)
- Light pink paint
- Paint brush
- Bright pink paint pen
- Bright green construction paper
- Hot glue gun
- Paint your eggs with your light pink paint and let dry.
- Cut a pineapple stem design out of your construction paper. You will need two per egg. Fold each of these down the middle.
- Hot glue two pieces of your cut out stem on top of each egg using your hot glue gun.
- Use your paint pen to draw tiny Vs on your egg.