Smiley face, beating heart, shooting star, hatching chick, chocolate! That鈥檚 emoji for, 鈥淚 am so excited for Easter but mostly for the chocolate! Oh, emoji. They鈥檙e so cute and round. And you know what else is round? Easter eggs. So obviously, eggs + emojis = the best Easter eggs ever. We鈥檝e got an emoji printable for you so you can make your very own emoji eggs.

First

Materials:

鈥 Brit + Co emoji printable (download here)

鈥 PAAS Egg Dye Kit

鈥 fresh eggs

鈥 distilled white vinegar

鈥 mixing jar

Tools:

鈥 small sewing scissors (the printout is tiny)

鈥 glue stick

Materials

Instructions:
1. Cut out your paper emojis and put together little faces.

2. Dye your eggs yellow using the PAAS kit or natural dye (check out our veggie dye tutorial here)

3. Allow your eggs to dry on your DIY drying rack.

4. Attach the emoji faces with glue.

Cutting-out-prints

Print your Brit + Co emojis and then cut them out using a tiny pair of scissors. We found that this was easier than using an X-acto knife or a regular pair of scissors. Once you have all your pieces, organize them into expressive faces.

Dyeing-Eggs

Most emoji faces are bright yellow, so we attempted to get the most vibrant shade possible with a PAAS Egg Dye Kit. Pour a bit of distilled white vinegar into a mixing jar. Then add the yellow PAAS tablet and let it dissolve. Lower your egg into the mixture using the tool from the kit. Let it sit for 3-5 minutes to achieve a bright color. Alternatively, you can get a sunny yellow by boiling carrots, turmeric, salt and vinegar, and soaking your egg in the mixture overnight.

Drying-Eggs

When you get the color you want, let your eggs fully dry on an egg drying rack. Don鈥檛 have one? Here鈥檚 a tutorial!

Adding-Faces

Now all you need to do is glue your faces to the eggs. There are so many options and silly expressions you can make. Have fun with it!

Final
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What are your favorite emoji combos and what do they mean? Emoji us in the comments.