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DIY Concrete Egg Decoration

In my house, any project that involves mixing things from scratch and getting your hands a little dirty is usually a great success. That’s why we’ve been making so many DIY concrete based things lately! I also love that the things we make from concrete suit the slightly industrial chic decor scheme I’ve worked so hard to build throughout our home. Lately, I’ve been completely in love with the contrast between grey mixed concrete and plants or flowers, which is where I came up with the idea to make concrete eggs that feature space for a flower in the top, like a tiny vase. I was so happy with the finished product that I decided to make another one so I could outlined the process for other people to follow along with too!

Concrete egg decoration

Check out this step by step guide, complete with photos, for making a cute little concrete egg decoration in just a few simple steps. If you’re the kind of person who would rather follow along with a video tutorial, scroll to the bottom of this post to find precisely what you’re looking for!

For this project, you’ll need:

  • Blown eggs
  • DIY fine particle cement
  • Water
  • A plate
  • A spoon
  • An abrasive block
  • Scissors
  • Tape

Step 1:

Gather your materials!

Concrete egg decoration materials

Step 2:

In an arching shape, cut a corner from your sheet of white paper. Make this into a funnel shape by curling the straight edges in towards each other so the rounded end you cut before is large and open and the corner turns into a point. Cut a small piece of tape and use it to stick the edges in place so your new funnel stays in tact.

Concrete egg decoration paper

Concrete egg decoration wrap paper

Step 3:

I blew the insides of my egg out before starting my craft. I used a pin to poke a small hole in the top and bottom of the egg and then blue hard into the top so the yolk and white came out the other end into a bowl (yes, I cooked and ate it)! Then I rinsed the egg through the little hole and let it dry. Now, you’re ready to make the hole in the top of your egg bigger with the tops of your scissors. I expanded my whole shape until it was about half an inch across.

Concrete egg decoration wrap paper

Step 4:

Cut another piece of tape from your roll and stick it over the small pinhole in the bottom of your egg so it’s sealed again.