Lunch Note Eggs

Love this idea for Lunch Note Easter Eggs. Hubby would love this! { lilluna.com }

As you can tell from this week’s posts, we’ve had a TON of hard-boiled eggs around the house!

Well, funny thing is, the hubby and I LOVE hard-boiled eggs but haven’t had them for years. Just this week we were reminded how much we like them and that we should make them more often. My hubby went on to say that they were one of his favorite things to eat as a kid, and it made me think “Hmmm… will make some to put in his lunch for work.” And then I got an even better idea!

TODAY: LUNCH NOTE EGGS

That’s right! I thought I would send him with some messages on his eggs. Awhile back I started writing notes to him on his bananas and thought this would change things up. 🙂

I LOVE how they turned out. You can make these for your spouse, for your kids, or for whoever! It’s just a nice little way to send your loved ones a message during the day without using an electronic device – lol!

Like some of the other decorated eggs I did this week, they’re simple!

SUPPLIES:

-Hard-boiled eggs

-Dye Kit

-Vinyl or stickers

DIRECTIONS:

1. Boil your eggs. There’s a great tutorial HERE. Let dry.

2. Design your vinyl. Cut, peel, and add adhesive to vinyl.

3. Add vinyl/stickers to eggs. Make sure they stay really well by pressing on.

4. Add eggs to dye cups (instructions on dye kits). Let set in there for awhile. Pull out and let dry.

5. Peel off vinyl. Messages will be there (maybe not perfect but close enough).

Some of the notes I did included:

XOXO

p.s. i love you

have an egg-cellent day

happy easter hot stuff!

I kinda wanted to embarrass him with that last one, and I think it will do the trick. 😉

(He gets embarrassed so easily – lol!)

Love this idea for Lunch Note Easter Eggs. Hubby would love this! { lilluna.com }

So fun and so easy and it allows you to get some egg-dying on without the kiddos, which is super fun!

Love this idea for Lunch Note Easter Eggs. Hubby would love this! { lilluna.com }

Love this idea for Lunch Note Easter Eggs. Hubby would love this! { lilluna.com }

What saying will you put on your eggs?

For more Easter Egg ideas be sure to check out:

Monogram Easter Eggs - so cute! Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

Monogram Easter Eggs

Subway Art Easter Eggs on { lilluna.com } So cute and easy to do!!

Subway Art Painted Easter Eggs

DIY Glitter Eggs Tutorial on { lilluna.com } So cute and very easy to make!

Glitter Eggs

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Kristyn Merkley

My name is Kristyn and I’m the mom of SIX stinkin’ cute kids and the wife to my smokin’ hot hubby, Lo. My mom’s maiden name is Luna, and I’m one of the many crafty “Lil’ Lunas” in the fam. On this site I like to share all things creative – from recipes to home decor to gifts and home decor ideas. Welcome!

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    1. Thank you so much, Libby! And guess what I got in the mail tonight?! My stamps! I LOVEEEEE them! Will get in touch via email so we can set up the review. Thank you, again. They are awesome!!! have a great weekend. XO

    1. You are way too sweet, Dezi!! I think I have to do these kinds of things so I can make up for all the times I’m not such a cute wife – lol. 🙂 PS – I know you’re in UT, but are you anywhere close to Thanksgiving Point? Was wondering if I would be seeing you around at the Queen Bee Market at Snap. 😉

    1. You’re welcome. You should definitely try them out. My hubby loved them. I think the kiddos would too. Thanks for stopping by. 😀

  1. I would be so excited to find one of these in my lunchbox! They are so cute! I’m doing an Easter link up today over on my blog…http://rustsunshine.blogspot.com. Would love it if you joined us!

  2. Thanks for the link to the boiled egg tutorial! I have referenced this a few times now 🙂 super creative ideas here too, I need to get a silhouette machine 🙂

  3. Hello,Wow! All of these options look amazing! I’d be thrilled to eat any of these as an adult, lol. Your kids are so lucky to have a mom that cares so much about what they eat. I’m taking notes for the future! ????