I still love decorating Easter eggs. It’s one childhood tradition that I’m pretty sure I’ll never grow out off. This year I decided to skip the dye all together and create monogram, or alphabet letter Easter eggs.
Skipping the dye means way less mess and much quicker decorating because you know you really just want to hurry up and eat some deviled eggs!
DIY Monogram Letter Easter Eggs
- Download and print the alphabet design on the glossy side of the temporary tattoo paper. Allow the ink to dry completely (about 5 minutes). If using Silhouette Studio, you can arrange, copy and paste only the letters you want to use.
- Apply the adhesive transfer paper on top of the printed sheet. Place the entire sheet on a Silhouette cutting mat.
- Load the cutting mat into your Silhouette and cut out using the temporary tattoo paper setting. This setting will double cut all the shapes, creating individual letter tattoos.
- Remove the cut out letters from the cutting mat. Working with one letter and egg at a time, peel off the clear backing from one tattoo. Place the design side down onto a dry hard boiled egg. Use a damp rag or paper towel to rub all over the paper backing. Carefully peel away the paper backing to revel the transferred design. Allow the egg to dry completely before displaying.
Be careful to not apply too much pressure when applying the tattoos onto the eggs. I did and ended up cracking a couple!
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