Epsom Salt Easter Eggs
Can you believe Easter is only about 39 days away (gulp). The kids and I had so much fun making these eggs and they were so easy!
You need just a few simple supplies:
Small Paint brush
~Easy DIY Sparkly Easter Eggs~
I googled it to see if had been done before and was so happy to see my friend
Maryann from Domestically Speaking pretty eggs.
Grab 2 paper plates, one for epsom salt and the other for glue. (I used Elmer’s)
Those eggs are beautiful! If I can find Epsom salts, I'm going to make those. Last time I tried to buy salts, when I wanted to fill the jar by my bathtub, they told me its illegal to sell it now because people buy it to make crack. I kid you not. Maybe that's just in California?
Those are really cute! Good luck on your move to word press. I am certain it will go better than my initial move. Loving it now though!
I love this! What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.
GREAT idea- I have not seen this done before. My grandkids will love making some of these- xo Diana
This is a fantastic idea. The pastel colors are so pretty.
This looks like such a better option than my attempt at mod podge on eggs! I'm going to try this tomorrow! Thank you 🙂
LOVE these!! So pretty and sparkly. I hope to try these with the kids this weekend. Hope you are having a great week!
Very cute! Looks like so much fun!
Every egg I see I think oh how could any be cuter than that one… well then along comes epson salt eggs. And even better – glue and salt, I can do those!
Great idea! Love how they turned out.
Thanks Kristin for the great idea…I've been searching for some pastel easter eggs for my easter decor and haven't had luck…I'm doing this today!!…xo, Mariaelena
I pinned these so I would remember I want to make them, and the repinning went wild.
Lovely project…. !! Love the colors you have chosen for the eggs…!!
Very fun! I am sure the kids loved it!
what a great ieda!
these are so cute!
thanks for showing us.
hope you have a great rest of the week.
i really love your blog!
This is such a terrific idea. What a brilliant idea. They are perfect. Hugs and thank you for joining the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop
These are so much fun!
When I make my switch, I’ll have to add everyone back. lol.
I’ll make sure to include you 😉
I originally pinned this last year and there must of been an Epson salt shortage because I couldn’t find any. I’ve got some now however!
Cute. Makes me wish they were candy, coated in sugar so I could take a bite lol.
That is so cute! Looks like candy!!
OOOH, wann try this asap!!!! Thank you for sharing!
Great idea Kristin – epsom salts aren’t just for Christmas anymore! Have to pin this!
How cute, and fun to do with your little guy!
After you are done with them, you can throw them in the tub and take an epsom salt bath to get out the toxins….. Just kidding, the glue is probably full of toxins.
Did you use plastic eggs?
Love this idea! So many decor ideas for those eggs 😉
Very creative! Love the way your mind works…
You make the prettiest craft and decor items Kristin! Thanks for sharing your creativity! ~ Heather
Kristen, these look so pretty and I absolutely love this idea! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a happy week!
They turned out great Kristin, so pretty!
What a fun activity!! So pretty and clever. Love epsom salt in crafts!
Could you mix the glue epson salt, food coloring and put it inside the egg and unshell it, (figure of speaking).
What a fun project to try this year! I am putting epsom salt on the list!
What a great idea! They are beautiful! I want to make some asap! Thanks for sharing, Kristin. Pinned.
Thanks Meegan, you are so sweet 🙂
So fun and so simple! Kristin, you just may be a genius!
Your so sweet Courtney, thank you
Thanks for sharing the tute! I’m inspired to make some with a bag of plastic eggs I have! I do love the sparkle!!