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Use a spring napkin and Mod Podge on a dollar store wood cutout to make this decoupage Easter Egg Sign to decorate for spring.

lets make a dollar store Easter egg sign

Grab some Mod Podge, a cute holiday napkin, and a dollar store wooden Easter egg cutout sign. We’re making a super cute “Happy Spring” Easter egg standing sign to decorate for spring.

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Why I love this craft

I love finding craft inspiration in unexpected places… like napkins, or greeting cards. Do you ever see the artwork on something and think you just have to keep it? That’s how I feel about the pattern on the spring napkins used in this project!

grab some napkins for a quick spring craft

Video Tutorial

Watch this quick video tutorial to see how this craft came together:

Happy Spring Easter egg wood cutout sign
Happy Spring Easter egg wood cutout sign

Decoupage Easter Egg Sign

Yield: 1 craft
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Difficulty: easy

This decoupage Easter sign is made with just 3 Dollar Tree supplies - a wood cutout, Spring-themed napkins, and some greenery.


  • Wooden Egg Cutout (door hanger or stand)
  • Decorative Spring Napkins
  • Mod Podge (matte)
  • Parchment Paper
  • Greenery


  1. Watch the video tutorial before you begin, and let that be your visual guide for this craft.
  2. Remove the label. Use a heat gun to easily remove the label. If you don't have one, carefully remove it by hand.
  3. Apply mod podge. Use a 1" paintbrush to apply a solid coat of mod podge onto the smooth side of the wood cutout. Let the mod podge dry. apply a coat of Mod Podge to the wood surface
  4. Apply a napkin. Separate the 2-ply napkin, leaving only the ply with the print. Cut away the perforated end, leaving only the smooth part of the napkin. Lay it over the dry mod podged surface followed by a piece of parchment paper. Use a mini heat press to re-activate the mod podge and secure the napkin to the wood surface. peel apart the napkin layers.
  5. Sand off additional napkin. Using a sanding block, gently sand around the wood edges to remove the extra napkin.
  6. Add another coat of mod podge. Add another coat of matte mod podge directly on top of the napkin. Let dry. apply another coat of Mod Podge
  7. Apply the 2nd napkin. Cut as close to the wreath of the "Happy Spring" napkin as possible before applying it on top of the first napkin layer. Repeat step 4. .
  8. Add finishing embellishments. I had leftover greenery from Dollar Tree, so I removed it from the stems and hot glued it across the base of the stand for a finishing touch.


If you do not have a heat press tool, use an iron on the low setting.

To prevent ripping the napkin when applying the coat of mod podge, start in the center of the egg and work your way out toward the edge.

The Finished Easter Sign:

This quick Easter craft is a great way to add a little pop of color to any space in your home!

decoupage Easter egg sign

I displayed my Easter egg sign on a shelf with this DIY wood bead riser that I made last year.

PIN this Easter craft for later:

Dollar Store Easter Egg Sign

More Easter Dollar Store Crafts

This craft was part of a round-up video of Dollar Store Easter Crafts for 2024. You can watch it on YouTube:

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