Easter Egg Decor


What you will need:

Easter Egg 1

  • Hot Glue Gun and Glue
  • Scissors
  • String or Ribbon
  • Coordinating Floral Embellishments
  • Jewel Embellishments (optional)
  • Pages from a book (about 1 per egg)
  • Hardboiled Eggs
  • Mod Podge
  • Foam Brush
  • Piece of Cardboard

Easter Egg 2
Tear book pages into small pieces about the size of a quarter its ok to have some really small ones you can use those from the top of the eggs and places you missed. (tip around the top and bottom of the egg smaller pieces work better and have less wrinkles)

Make sure eggs are dry and room temperature.

Easter Egg 3
Dip brush into Mod Podge and dab it over a small portion of the egg.

Easter Egg 4
Place a piece of paper over the Mod Podge and press it down, then dab more Mod Podge over the top of the paper. (you do not need to use too much) Use your finger to rub the wrinkles out and press down the edges.

Easter Egg 5Easter Egg 6
Continue this process (about 5 – 10 minutes per egg)

Easter Egg 7
Now it is time to start adding the ribbon. Depending on where you place to display these eggs pick a few different colors that all look good together. Measure your ribbon out to wrap around the egg about 3 times.

Easter Egg 8
Heat up your hot glue gun and place a small dot of glue in the center of the egg and attach one end of the ribbon and wrap ribbon around egg 3 times adding additional glue in the same pace if necessary.

Easter Egg 9
Cut off any remaining ribbon.

Easter Egg 10
Use glue to attach the flower where you would like it.

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