DIY Wooden Easter Egg Drink Stirrers!


Hey All!

For those Easter Sunday brunches there is bound to be some early afternoon cocktails or mocktails going on to celebrate the holiday. Why not have your drinks looking extra festive with these DIY Wooden Easter Egg Drink Stirrers! They are so fun to look at and they add a little special touch to every drink they are placed it. They are colorful and easy to make.  It’s always great to add a little pizzazz to your Easter brunches and this will surely do the trick.


To Make These You’ll Need:

  • A Hand Drill
  • Small 1 and half inch Wooden Easter Eggs (I got mine on Amazon)
  • A Variety of Acrylic Paints (I use a variety of Martha Stewart paints)
  • Paint Brush
  • Wooden Dowels (aka the sticks)

First you take your drill and make a hole as close as you can to the center of the bottom of the wooden egg. Please be careful when drilling and place the eggs down in something that will keep the bottoms upright when you drill. DO NOT DRILL HOLES WITH EGGS IN YOUR HAND! SAFETY FIRST PEOPLE!


Once you have all your holes drilled, You then begin to paint your eggs. Do a few coats of paint and let them dry for about thirty minutes.


You then place your eggs on your dowel aka sticks and then add one last coat of paint to the eggs. Place them in a glass and let them dry for another 30 minutes to an hour.


Boom! That’s it you’re done. You have some adorable Wooden Easter Egg Drink Stirrers to serve in your fabulous Easter drinks.


If you want to get really down and dirty with your saw or power tools, You can cut down the dowel stick so it’s a little shorter. I don’t mind it being long so it didn’t matter to me.


They look adorable in some pink and blue drinks in particular.


You add them to your bar cart and you have perfection for Easter.


You’re guests will surely enjoy their little Easter addition to stir their drinks with!


I love how they came out and I hope you do too! I hope they make your Easter Brunches all the more festive!

Check out the rest of my fun and easy to make Easter DIY’s, Recipes, and Crafts HERE!



  • " target="_blank">Rohini


    Just a quick question on the kind of wood used to make the stirrer ? Pls could u tell me? Also is it safe to mix wooden stirrer with alcholic drinks