Decoupage Easter Eggs
We have recently added a new Nest of 3 Easter Eggs set to our Craft Blanks and Easter collections, and as soon as my daughter saw them she wanted to decorate them straight away. This is a simple Easter craft for all ages.
You will need:
Cardboard/Paper Egg - we have our nesting sets in white or kraft, and different sizes of solid papier maché or wooden eggs
Decorative paper (we used old wrapping paper & tissue paper, but if you don't have any spare you might find something you like in our origami or wrap collections)
Cut your patterned paper into small pieces.
Cover your cardboard egg with glue. We love using the Yamato nori starch glue, its so easy to use, just about the right amount of stickiness, easy to clean and leaves a lovely shine.
Start covering your egg with your decorative paper, adding glue on top.
The white eggs covered in small flowers are mine, but my daughter chose to use the kraft paper ones and wanted to create her own unique design. Instead of covering the whole egg with paper patterns she cut out individual flower shapes.
These 3i-n-1 eggs are great fun to decorate. You can fill them with little easter gifts or use then as part of your Easter decoration.