Easter at Tiffany’s | Hand Painted Tiffany & Co Inspired Easter Eggs 

Growing up, one of my favorite things to do was decorate Easter eggs for the Easter egg hunt. Not being a fan of actually consuming boiled eggs, or as I called them, rotten eggs, it was all about the decorating for me. I’d use pretty much anything I could get my hands on from markers, to stickers, and of course the classic Paas Easter egg dye kit. Of course being the little perfectionist that I was, when it came time to hide the eggs, I was reluctant to give them up, as I wanted them to be on display for everyone to see.

Fast forward to adulthood, I’m still somewhat of a perfectionist but I’ve graduated from stickers, markers, and dye, to paint, pearls, and Tiffany’s.

The inspiration for this project came easy, as I am borderline obsessed with all things Audrey Hepburn and used fall asleep to “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” every night. I could literally
watch it every day and it would never get old.

To achieve this Tiffany’s inspired look here’s what you’ll need,..



Pearl Eater Eggs:

hand made modern paint

  1. Start by lightly painting the ( boiled ) egg in a circular motion in the Robin’s Egg blue until the egg is completely covered.
  2. When the paint is almost dry, rinse off your brush and apply the Rose pink on a circular motion. ( the colors will start to blend a little)
  3. After letting the pink paint dry completely, lightly apply the 14K Gold paint until you’ve reached your desired shimmer. (The gold paint is what makes the look iridescent)
  4. Repeat steps 1-3 for as many eggs as you want and then place the eggs on top of the bottom of an egg carton to dry.
  5. Place on top of filler grass inside of the Tiffany & Co box or basket

tiffany and co box with pearls


Tiffany & Co Easter Eggs

  1.  Mix in a little of the Robin’s Egg blue with the Grotto (turquoise) chalk paint in order to create the perfect Tiffany Blue.

2. Paint the entire egg with a generous amount of your Tiffany Blue mixture and place on top of the bottom of an egg carton and to dry.

3. When the eggs are completely dry, cut a piece of white ribbon and tie a bow around the egg. I chose to tie the ribbon laterally instead of horizontally.

Easter at Tiffany’s 

pearl easter eggs in tiffany box
To further prove that decorating Easter eggs is no longer just for the kiddos, check out all of the unique egg decorating pins on my Easter Egg Pinterst board.


Happy Easter!


One comment

  1. Beautiful eggs!! 🙂 I’ll have to give them a shot!! I hope you have a wonderful Easter!

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