DIY Easter egg holders

Today we’re going to show you a fun project that you can create during the week-end. It’s a project related to Easter and it’s both simple and fun. You’re going to learn how to make Easter egg holders. Here’s what you’ll need: matte photo paper, mod podge, glitter glue, ribbon, glue dots and rhinestones. First decide on a template and on the shape and then cut out the template. Continue by adding glue dots or any other kind of glue and wrap up the holders.

Now you’ve already assembled it. It’s time to add some color. You can use ribbons and rhinestones or anything else that comes in mind. Just be creative and use your imagination. You can come up with different designs for each egg holder and even personalize them if you want them to correspond to a certain person. The internet will surely offer you some ideas but you can come up with something on your own as well. In this case, notice that a little basket was created as well. You can use a template for that too or you can be creative once again.

The great thing about these items is that they are easy to make and they make lovely decorations for this time of the year. Also, you can be creative and come up with your own design. You can choose any pattern and color or combination of color you like and you can use any decorations you want. It’s easy to personalize this project. It’s fun and simple.{found on thehybridchick}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on April 7th, 2012


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