Living on the farm, we come across an array of feathers on the ground from flocks of birds flying overhead. We were inspired to create this project to bring nature into our home with this simple project.


  • Mod Podge
  • Assortment of feathers
  • Eggs
  • Brush

Using the feathers, position them onto the eggs where you would like to glue them.

Using your brush, take some glue and carefully brush it over the feather to attach it to the egg. Be mindful of the direction of the feathers when brushing the glue on.

After it dries, apply a second coat of glue over the top.

TIP: When picking out feathers to use, choose smaller eggs, and above all make sure the quill is thin and small so that it lays flat against the egg.

After you work on yours, post your photos on our Facebook page.


by Aray Till

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Liz L Richmondville NY

I recommend blowing the uncooked egg contents out so your creation will become a keepsake. I cherish the acrylic painted eggs I made for mom in the ’70s!