Easter DIY: Pom Pom Party Eggs

By Brittni • posted on 11/08/2023


I’ve been going to town on Easter DIYs this year and I saved one of my favorites until the very end. This is a really fun project to try with kids or on your own, if you have some pom poms laying around. All you need are blown or hard-boiled eggs, pom poms and craft glue.

Similar to the process for the googly-eyed eggs I created for One Charming Party, you’ll add a couple of spots of glue at a time and then a few pom poms, and then repeat. Super easy and really quick too. The longest part is the drying time (in about an hour your poms should be pretty secure though).

NOTE: If you decide to use hard boiled eggs instead of blown ones, they are not recommended for eating afterwards, since glue is being used.


I would love to see a full-on pom pom party happen for Easter, with pom pom party hats and gifts wrapped in pom pom paper – the whole deal. Just something different for Easter. Ya know? I think it would be fun.


Concept, photography and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff for Paper & Stitch

P.S. I’m going to take tomorrow off to catch back up after a busy trip to Ventura for Craftcation (which was awesome) and will be back on Wednesday. Hope you had a great weekend.

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This looks so fun to make! Definitely gonna try it out during the long easter break 😉
Happy Easter! x


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Brittni Mehlhoff (@papernstitch)

Fun tutorial! Great for kiddos

Jessica @shimmerkai

Thanks Kelly. I love your egg popper tree, by the way.


Love, love, loving ’em! I want to make these with my nieces!

Kelly @ Studio DIY

Definitely less messy and so fun for kids to try too. Thanks for stopping by!


How fun! And it’s so less messy than all the dye.

gracekelle @ leangirlsclub

Thanks Janika and Sara.


Such a fun new way to do Easter eggs!

x Sara from tinysugarbee.blogspot.com

Sara Elizabeth

Looking good….

janika R

Awesome Charm. Let me know how it goes. I’d love to see your finished eggs.


This is such a festive way to step outside the box for the easter season and get other involved in doing craft projects. Definitely going to make these


charm kindred spirit

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Brittni Mehlhoff (@papernstitch)
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