Decorating Wooden Easter Eggs is a fun way to create unique handcrafted Easter eggs that will last for years.

These are so simple to make, and will last for years to come. No more throwing away eggs and remaking them every year.

I bought a package of wood Easter eggs on Amazon and used paint & transfers to make them look hand-painted.

I used two beautiful floral transfers from Dixie Belle Paint– Vintage Floral and Magnolia Garden.  The flowers were perfect for this project.

I used light colors of chalk paint and gel stain to get a variety of pastels for my eggs.  Some I even left as plain wood.

I painted each egg very lightly.  I wanted some of the wood grain to still show through. This color is called Pink Champagne.

The floral transfers are so easy to use but give such a beautiful effect. You just select the image you want, and rub it onto the egg!

Gently lift off the clear release sheet to check that it has adhered completely. Ta-Da!

I also decorated a vintage drawer using more transfers, so I'd have a pretty place to display my wooden eggs.

I made my own DIY crinkled Easter grass using some vintage sheets of music from an old songbook from a flea market for $5.

I folded the sheet music like a fan, then cut it into thin strips.  Two sheets of music made enough to fill this whole drawer.

The transfer on the front of the drawer is called Magnolia Garden. It's such a soft, pretty spring pattern.

I love the "hand-painted" appearance of these eggs all cozied down in the crinkle paper drawer.  Such a great look for little effort!

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