Stamped Egg Place Cards for a Spring Table

Ya’ll this is the easiest DIY ever!!! I made these stamped egg place cards for a Spring table and they turned out so cute!!

Follow along and I will show you how I did it. You won’t believe how simple it is!

I made mine for an Easter tablescape, but these would be so cute for any spring table.

stamped egg place cards sitting on moss inside a parfait glass

supplies for stamped egg place cards

stamped egg place card supplies

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I used real farm fresh eggs (uncooked) but, of course, you could hard boil the eggs. You can leave them the natural color, use white eggs, OR…. you could dye the eggs a fun color!! Or all different colors!!

Another option is to use wooden eggs or papier mache eggs if you prefer not to use the real ones.

That way, they would last forever and you could reuse them every year.

I used a small lower case letter stamp and one letter at a time, stamped the name of each guest. I just eyeballed it, and didn’t have a guide for keeping it perfectly straight.

stamped egg place card tutorial

directions for stamped egg place cards

Just load your stamp with ink, and press the letter onto the stamp, making sure the entire letter is touching the surface of the egg.

I used black ink, but you can use whatever color ink you like. The ink pads are available in so many colors.

And that’s it!! See how easy that was.

ways to use your stamped eggs

I filled a vintage stemmed glass with moss and cradled the egg inside and put at each place setting for my Easter table.

You could get creative with what to display them in and just use something you already have.

I think another fun idea is to put inspirational words on them, and fill a bowl or urn.

It makes super cute Spring or Easter decor. Obviously, the real eggs wouldn’t last as long, so you would want to use wooden or papier mache eggs if you want them to last for a while.

stamped egg decor

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial for stamped egg place cards!

Take a look at my Spring Tablescape to see how I used them on my Easter table.

Let me know if you try some, because I love hearing from you.

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  1. Renee Bayes says:

    Very cute and simple craft—how fun!!

    1. Oh, so glad you liked it.

      Thanks so much for following along and commenting!

  2. Karen C Walker says:

    Great Idea! Love that my grand kids can help or enjoy receiving them. (Of course not using real eggs. Ha) Always love seeing what you have created and that it is doable and not expensive.
    Karen Walker

    1. Thanks so much for your kind words and I’m so glad you enjoyed the post!

      Happy Tuesday Karen!

    1. Thank you! So glad you liked it!

  3. I absolutely love this idea, Michele. It’s so simple but SO creative. And beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Pinned!

    1. Thanks Jen! It’s such an easy Spring DIY.

  4. Michele,
    This is such a cute idea for an Easter table. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

    1. Thank you Rachel. It was such a fun and easy DIY for Spring.

  5. ElisaMary says:

    Thanks for sharing! I have an alphabet stamp set which I love using for addressing envelopes. There’s something so satisfying about stamping the name/word letter by letter! I look forward to trying this very cute idea! Pinned it!

    1. Oh, I’m so glad you like it! Thanks so much!

    1. Thanks so much Stacy! So glad you liked it.


    1. Thanks so much Renae! I’m so glad you liked it.

    1. Thank you Jennifer. It was a fun and easy project.

    1. Thank you Wendy! They were fun and easy to make.

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