Hello fine people….it is snowing here in Colorado….hard to think about Spring and Easter eggs.
Here is a simple DIY to spruce up your Easter decor and/or tabletop this year. As you know, upcycling antique music is my thang….but you could use pages from a child’s Easter book, dictionary pages from the letter “E” for Easter, or just about any thin wrap-able paper medium.
You will need:
*blank craft grade Easter eggs (almost any craft store will have these)
*thin, wrap-able paper of choice
*Modge Podge or decoupage
*ribbon and embellishments
You will begin by ripping or cutting your paper in to strips. Lightly coat your egg with decoupage using a paint brush. Apply your strips of paper covering the entire surface of the egg. Using your brush, apply a second coat of decoupage over the paper covered egg to give it a nice sheen finish. For a more complete tutorial on decoupaging paper click here.
Decorate with ribbon and embellish as you wish! Modge Podge comes in a variety of hues—try this project using Modge Podge “sparkle” for an even brighter effect!
have a great rest of your weekend! dcb