Whether you are creating an easter centerpiece or decorating eggs for the Easter Bunny to hide, temporary tattoos are a fun new way to do so. Temporary tattoos offer endless decorating possibilities for your eggs and they are fun for kids too without the messy cleanup after. You can easily get creative with them too, maybe this year's Easter Egg Hunt theme is pirates or robots?
Step 1: Materials
- Glass of Water
- Temporary Tattoos**
- Paper Towel
**NOTE: You can use temporary tattoos you already have, or if you are looking for a certain aesthetic you can purchase some temporary tattoo paper and print your own. If you are printing your own, follow the instructions that come with your temporary tattoo paper and remember to flip your images!
Step 2: Sizing Your Tattoo
Smaller tattoos will stick to the contour and shape of the egg better and produce better results. Larger tattoos will have a tendency to wrinkle along the surface of the egg.
Step 3: Peeling
Your tattoo design is now exposed, be careful with it. They can be fairly sticky and will easily stick (lightly) to things like dog or cat hair which can then end up on your egg.