Fabric Easter Eggs

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Make some fabric covered Easter eggs to add some fun color to your Easter decor. They are so easy. I saw these last year on a blog, but for the life of me can not remember where. All you need is some fabric cut into rectangles, plastic Easter eggs, Mod Podge, and a foam brush.

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I cut my fabric 6.25 inches x 4 inches. I just measured and made sure the fabric would cover the entire egg when wrapped. Measure your plastic eggs before cutting your fabric and make sure that size will cover your eggs (I had eggs of varying sizes left over from Easter’s past). Cut slits down the length of the fabric leaving about 1 inch intact in the middle of the fabric.

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Now liberally cover the wrong side of the material with Mod Podge. Place your egg in the center of the material and roll the material around the entire middle of the egg. Smoothly press each strip (one at a time) carefully up to the top of the egg, overlapping as you go to make lay as flat and seamless as possible. Repeat with the strips on the bottom of the egg. And there you have it. Pretty simple, huh?

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Amy Huntley is the owner/author of The Idea Room. A mother of five, who enjoys sharing her love of all things creative in hopes of inspiring other women and families. Connect with her on Google+, or read more of her posts.

Comments

  1. 1

    I love that idea … I’ll definitely be making some!

  2. 2

    Those are so pretty. I love the idea of doing something so fun with all of the plastic eggs we have in storage.

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    Greg and Carlin says:

    This was such a fun idea for cute easter eggs to display! I used scrapbook paper instead of fabric and they turned out great!

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