Easter is only a week away, so today I’m sharing all the details on how to make these super cute, vintage rabbit easter eggs. From a vintage PAAS Easter egg decorating box cover, to vintage book covers, to vintage Easter cards, each egg is unique and they’re not only cute, they’re easy to make. Just check out the how-to steps below and enjoy your Easter in vintage style.
9 Hardboiled Eggs
Vintage Rabbit Photos (Print Below)
Paint (I used pink, peach, green, blue, black & cream)
1. Start by printing out the vintage rabbit pictures above. All you have to do is right click on the image, save it to your computer, then print it out on 8.5×10 paper.
2. Once printed, cut each image out, making sure there is no white paper left around the edges.
3. Next, paint each hardboiled egg to match the background of each picture (I used blue, green, pink, peach, black and cream acrylic paints), but leave two eggs unpainted so they remain white for the two borderless rabbits.
4. Finally, use Mod Podge and a foam brush to attach each image to the center of the corresponding colored egg and allow 5-6 hours of dry time before displaying.
Once you’re done, you can display your awesome new, vintage Easter eggs or hide them for a fun Easter egg hunt. And if you keep them refrigerated, you can eat them. Enjoy!
The rabbit photos came from the following sources: