Oh my goodness, it’s April 1st. April Fools Day. I don’t have a fun April Fools post to share with you but I am slipping in just under the wire an Easter Egg craft. It just wouldn’t seem right if I didn’t share an egg project this year.
These crepe paper eggs are super easy to make and the best part is, you can keep them up after Easter as part of your spring décor.
You can use cheap plastic eggs or these foam eggs that I happened to have on hand. Use Mod Podge or some sort of decoupage adhesive and layer strips of crepe paper on your eggs.
Once the crepe paper is almost dry, press down any little bits or edges of the crepe paper that are not flat. This will give your egg a nice egg shape.
When you egg is completely dry, use small feathers, leaves or pressed flowers to add a little embellishment. Just Mod Podge them onto the egg.
Pop your eggs into a pretty nest for a natural look.
Or simply add them to a bowl with some real or artificial flowers.
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I’m so relieved I managed to sneak in a last minute egg project. Here are some of the eggs I’ve shared in the past years.
Thanks so much for stopping by.