They were super quick and easy with the pumpkins and completely mess-free, so I tried it out on a wooden set of eggs and it worked like a charm. Click through for an Easter egg balloon dipped DIY!
How to Make Balloon Dipped Easter Eggs
The instructions for these are just like the balloon dipped pumpkins, with one exception. I tried a second way to use the balloons, to create more of a striped effect. I’ll explain both…
For the large color blocked section eggs, cut the stem off a balloon, so you’re just left with the larger bulb shape, like the photo. Then, pull the balloon over the bottom of the egg. Adjust the balloon to get the desired look. And if there’s too much color, remove the balloon, cut a little bit more off of the top and pull it over the egg again.
For a striped color blocked look, take the end of the balloon that you discarded in the first type of balloon dipping, cut that down even further (like the photo) and then wrap that over the middle of the egg. That’s it! Super simple.
For something even more special, add a few fresh flowers with a short stem tucked underneath the balloon layer for a festive floral egg with an extra pop of color.
Are you doing any egg decorating for Easter this year?