Easter Egg Necklace

By Noreen Doll.

After you’ve colored all your Easter eggs, an Easter egg necklace is a fun way to use some of them.

Easter Egg Necklace by Crafty Journal

To make the necklace you need to use empty colored eggs that you’ve blown the contents out of.

An Easter egg necklace is a perfect project for a little girl. Its fun to create, and then can be worn. It also looks pretty hanging from a hook or nail, or around a bed post.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

Easter Egg Necklace


Colored Egg Shells with the contents blown out

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

Green Construction Paper or Scrapbooking Paper

Twine, String, Yarn or Ribbon

Paper clip



Cardboard for Pattern

How to Make an Easter Egg Necklace.

1. Make a pattern for leaves to put between the eggs on the necklace.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

Trace the pattern onto cardboard and cut it out.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

2. Use the cardboard pattern to trace several green leaves.

Cut them out.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

Poke or punch holes in the center of the leaves. If using a punch, use one no larger than 1/8 inch.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

3. Cut a length of twine or yarn that is at least 1 yard long.

4. Make a long needle to thread the twine through the eggs using a paperclip or length of wire.

5. Thread one end of the twine through the eye of the needle you made, and then thread one egg onto the twine.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

Push the needle through the smaller hole in the egg first, and it’s easier to find the hole in the other end of the egg as you push the needle through it.

6. Slide 1 leaf onto the twine up next to the egg.

7. Alternate an egg and a leaf until you have 8 or 9 eggs on the twine.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

8. Tie the ends together in a nice bow.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

Easter Egg Necklace

Don’t make the eggs go all the way around, as we discovered that leaning back in a chair while wearing the necklace crushes the eggs in back. And results in tears.


Instead of leaves, you can make a flower pattern and cut colorful flowers to string between the eggs. However, colored flowers with colored eggs can be too busy.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

Twine is good for stringing because it is sturdy, and ties very nicely into a bow that doesn’t slip out easily.

And adults always need to be handy whenever anything sharp or pointed is used by a child.

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. How cute are these!! I am loving them. My princesses will love doing this. Thank you for posting

  2. Aw sweet idea :)

    Thanks for sharing at #CreativeMondays

  3. I love this necklace! My graddaughters would have a blast making these. Thanks! Glad I found you on Busy Monday. Momndaughtersavings.

  4. Cute! Hugs from Bacon Time.

  5. Wow! Found you at Wow Me Wednesday and I really am wowed! I’ve been surfing your site.. I have much more to go! Thanks for sharing 😉 ~Stacy

  6. I love this! Your ideas are always so creative and fun. Our kids would LOVE to wear one of these creations made with eggs they colored. Thanks for sharing on Artsy Play Wednesday. I always look forward to your posts.

  7. Really cute! Thanks for sharing at TTF!

  8. This would also make a cute wreath. Thanks for linking up to my Friday T.G.I.F. linky party. Have a great weekend!!

  9. So cute! My daughter would love this! Thanks for linking up at the “Get Your DIY On” link-up! Come back on May 4th to share your flower projects! :)

  10. Adorable, what more is there to say? I’m going to pin it to remember for next Easter!

  11. so sweet!

    Marie @ In Our Happy Place

  12. Wow – I didn’t realise when I clicked through to this post that those were actual eggs. What a lovely project and a nice chunky necklace too.

  13. Lovely project! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful Easter!
    Hugs and love from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft

  14. Yes. First we had fun blowing the eggs, then dying them, and finally stringing them into necklaces. We loved the necklaces, but had a few tears when someone leaned back in a chair and crushed a few of the eggs! Fortunately, we had extra eggs and were able to replace the broken ones.

  15. I think that’s pretty, my granddaughter will love that. what did you use for the eggs?

  16. I used real eggs. We blow out the eggs, color them and string them. See the tutorial above. Have fun with it!

  17. This is wonderful! Thank you for sharing with us at Brag About It!

  18. Looks like a neat project. I never thought of that before. In fact, I have never even blown out the contents of an egg. I bet your little girl loves this! Thank you for sharing this with us at Home Matters Linky party.

  19. Jann Olson says:

    This is a fun idea. My grands would love making one! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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