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Nail Polish Marbled Easter Eggs

Nail Polish Marbled Easter Eggs: easy water marbling with nail polish is the perfect modern touch to your eggs, use any colours.Nail Polish Marbled Easter Eggs: easy water marbling with nail polish is the perfect modern touch to your Easter eggs.

I loved trying my hand at water marbling with nail polish for these Valentine’s Day Hearts. For Easter this year I knew I wanted to use black and white and thought these marbled eggs were the perfect addition.

how to make Marbled Easter Eggs

These are really simple to make and fun craft to make with the kids. You could do these in any colours -black and white like mine, bright and colourful, or traditional Easter pastels.

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black and white Nail Polish Easter Eggs



    • plastic craft Easter eggs
    • disposable container large enough for the eggs to dunk completely into
    • disposable gloves
    • nail polish
    • toothpick

Nail Polish Easter Eggs

How To Make Water Marbled Easter Eggs:

To make the eggs, fill your container with water.

Drop the nail polish onto the surface of the water (since it’s oil based it will not mix with the water, but float on the surface of it).

Use a toothpick to swirl the colours of the nail polish together and create the marble effect.

Dip the eggs in and then let them dry.  If the whole surface isn’t marbled, once their dry dip them again.

how to water Marble with nail polish


Sometimes projects like these are easier to see than explain, so here’s a short video of how to make them.

These nail polish marbled eggs will be a great addition to your Easter decor this year.

black and white Easter eggs

With Nail Polish Marbled Easter Eggs, life really is a party!

Also check out our Black and White Easter Table here.

You might also our Black and White Easter home tour post here.

Also check out our DIY Black Paint Dipped Brass Candlesticks here.

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