DIY Nail Polish Marbled Eggs

nail polish marbled eggs My new favorite thing is nail polish marbling. Have you tried it? The other day I decided to dip a few eggs like I did these glasses – and then proceeded to work my way through two dozen eggs. It makes me seriously wish I had more colors of nail polish!

how to marble easter eggs with nail polish And then I had to take roughly a million pictures. Because aren’t they just the coolest?

Easter Egg Nail Polish To marble some eggs with nail polish here’s what you need:

  • Eggs. A lot of them. Because once you start you’ll want keep dipping.
  • Nail polish in all kinds of fun shades. My Essie polishes worked fine this time, I think because I wasn’t trying to make a specific design. And silver polish was amazing!
  • A plastic cup filled with room temperature water. This is very important! If the water is too cold or too hot, the polish won’t work.
  • Toothpicks.
  • Nail polish remover. You’ll need this to get the polish off your fingers when you’re done.

How to water marble Easter Eggs Drop lots of nail polish into the water. If it sinks, the temperature isn’t right. You want it to spread out over the top of the water. Have fun playing with colors! Then take a toothpick and swirl the colors a bit.

DIY Water Marbled Easter Eggs Hold your egg between your fingers so that you cover the least amount of surface area on the egg. Then dunk straight down into the water, hold for a second underwater and then bring it up. The polish will cover about half of the egg. Sit the egg in a carton or something and let it dry.

DIY Marbled Eggs with Nail Polish Have you decorated any eggs for Easter yet? I dyed some with the kids last weekend and it was really hard to share.


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  1. jenny smith says

    Thought it might work well with pollystarine (?spelling) eggs. Stick a cocktail stick in one end then dip in solution. Take out then use other end of stick to stand it in flower foam to dry. These would look nice in a bowl and could be brought out each year. Or pin a ribbon in to hang on twigs.

  2. Vicki says

    If you can no longer find the wire tool that was used for egg dyeing, why not try to bend a wire coat hanger into the desired shape? I think this would give your finished eggs a more “polished” (sorry, couldn’t resist) look. ;)

  3. says

    An important question: can we eat that eggs or the decoration is just for pleasure??? Very beautiful, I’d love to do it, but someone tells that we can not it them

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