Crafty Easter Eggs
Easter is approaching quickly, so we decided we would do this week's DIY project with the upcoming Holiday in mind. Seri's boys and their friend, Eryn, came over after school and we got to crafting!
We're always trying to find a way to repurpose supplies that we already have in the studio, so we decided to use these leftover tissue tassels to decorate Easter Eggs! You can also use regular tissue paper. Besides that, all you need are some hard boiled eggs, Mod Podge, and paint brushes.
First, we cut our tissue paper down into small pieces that would easily glue onto the eggs.
Next, we set the kids up with their own cup of Mod Podge and a paintbrush.
We were careful about showing them how to add small amounts Mod Podge to the egg before placing their pieces of tissue paper on top.
Once they had the hang of it, we let their creativity run free!
Even Seri joined in the fun to make an Easter Egg!
Luke took a quick snack break....
While Eryn worked hard to make the prettiest egg of the bunch.
It was safe to say the girls ruled this craft, but in the end, all the eggs made for the most perfect Easter decoration.