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How to Make Adorable Perky Pup Easter Eggs

What would make Easter even more special than it already is? That’s right – Perky Pup Easter Eggs! Kids (and grown-ups, too) will have a blast making these adorable eggs for Easter.

Perky Pup Easter Egg

Here’s how, from the decorating experts at Wilton:

You’ll need hard-boiled eggs, orange egg dye, Wilton White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant, gel food coloring in shades of light brown, dark brown, black, and red, Fine Tip Primary Colors FoodWriter® Edible Color Markers, and piping gel to use as glue to make facial features. (Optional supplies: Yellow Skittles or M&M’s to use as the dog tag.


Color eggs orange. Let set and dry completely.


Tint 1/2 oz. of fondant light brown, 1/2 oz. dark brown, and  1/2 oz. red. Tint 1/4 oz. black; reserve 1/4 oz. white.


Roll out red fondant 1/4 in. thick. Use knife to cut a strip, 3/8 in. wide x 4 1/2 in. long. Wrap into a circle, securing ends with damp brush. Attach egg with piping gel. This is your egg-dog’s collar.


Roll out light brown fondant 1/16 in. thick. Use medium Cut-Out to cut two oval ears. Attach to top of egg with piping gel, bending over for a floppy look. Feel free to get creative with ear lengths, shapes, and colors – you can even model them after your own dog’s ears.


Roll out dark brown fondant 1/16 in. thick. Cut out a small circle for the eye spot. (Tip: If you aren’t comfortable cutting a small circle, simply ball a piece of dark brown fondant between your hands and then flatten) Attach spot to egg with piping gel.


Roll out white fondant 1/16 in. thick. Cut two smaller circles for eyes. Attach to egg with piping gel.


From black fondant, shape an oval 1/2 in. high x 5/8 in. wide x 3/8 in. thick. Attach for nose with piping gel. Roll a small white ball and attach with piping gel for nose highlight.


Use black FoodWriter edible color marker to draw a bone onto a yellow Skittle or M&M. Attach to collar with piping gel. This is your egg-dog’s ID tag!


Use black FoodWriter edible color marker to draw mouth and pupils.


Have a PAWsome Easter!




  1. Ivana Kinsley

    Apr 20, 2019 at 12:47 am

    You’re truly a genius and creative designer. When I first look on this beautiful and creative product I can’t believe it was egg materials. I thought it was ready-made toy. But I was wrong.Most of time we garbage this product but you prove that, it work and made it beautiful toy for dogs.

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