I AM SO SORRY FOR THIS BEING LATE TODAY! WE HAD NO INTERNET YESTERDAY SO I COULDN’T UPLOAD UNTIL NOW! PLEASE ACCEPT MY APOLOGY!
So, Easter is coming fairly soon (April 16th to be exact). And of course, what is the number one thing that people think of for Easter? PEEPS!
No, just kidding. It’s the Easter eggs.
And don’t you think that most Easter eggs are boring? They are just a single color, for the most part, with nothing creative. So here are some ideas for how to have more creative Easter Eggs!
Supplies you need are eggs, glue, glitter, ribbon, acrylic jewels, and any other things that you think you want to decorate your plastic eggs.
So I started with a pink egg (obviously). It is very simple and I knew what I wanted to do on the egg.
I took my glue and drew my own design in it to cover with glitter. I decided to draw a sun with some other designs like dots and swirls.
Next, I went with a yellow egg. This one was going to get a very simple makeover. I decided to use my pink ribbon to add something to the egg.
Finally, I went with a green egg that has white polka dots on it. So, it is a little more creative.
So I decided to add a little glue to each dot and bedazzle it! Is that super obvious for me? Here is the first one I did before I covered the egg.
So here is the finished eggs in a cute Easter basket!
I love how they turned out! They were super easy and it only took about 10 minutes for each egg! I did have some trouble with the green egg because while the glue was drying, the jewels slipped into a different spot. But, they still look pretty!