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:

Plastic eggs
Small Paint brush
Epson Salt

~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)

 Paint the glue on the egg.


 Roll the egg in the salt and let them dry.


 ~Sparkly Eggs~

Such a fun project to do with the kids.
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  1. 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?

  2. 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!

  3. This looks like such a better option than my attempt at mod podge on eggs! I'm going to try this tomorrow! Thank you 🙂

  4. LOVE these!! So pretty and sparkly. I hope to try these with the kids this weekend. Hope you are having a great week!
    Jenn 🙂

  5. 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!


  6. 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

  7. 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!


  8. Could you mix the glue epson salt, food coloring and put it inside the egg and unshell it, (figure of speaking).

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