Easter Egg Decorating

I’m excited to share today’s craft for Easter egg decorating because it’s so simple! Great results & little effort! Win-win! I have so many plastic Easter eggs, and although they come in pretty Spring colors, they need some excitement!

Easter

Used for this craft: plain plastic eggs. The ombre ones are from Target πŸ™‚

MarthaGlitter

Assortment of Martha Stewart glitter.

Pearls

Recollections adhesive pearls.

Tape

The best part about this- no glue! This double sided scrapbooking tapeΒ is the best thing since sliced bread.

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Remove the tape backing and sprinkle glitter over. Brush off the excess glitter.

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Again- no glue! I used a variety of adhesive pearls and gems.

GlitterTape

Another option is Recollections glitter tape. I use a lot of these for scrapbooking and they look great wrapped around the eggs.

Egg

DecoratedEggs

Close up of the decorated eggs.

These eggs will look great in a basket of Easter grass or in a vase for a centerpiece. The plastic eggs I bought have holes at the top and the first thing that came to mind was stringing them together for a banner. So many possibilites!

Hoppy Easter!

St Patty’s Day

Celebrate the luck o’ the Irish with these fun treats! Perfect for a celebration get together or to share some green love with friends and family.

GreenCandy

Green everything! Candy and shamrock beads.

Coins

Green and cold coins.

StPatricks

Plastic glasses –> comes in handy for green drinks later πŸ™‚

StPattysGlasses

The finished glasses! Since making these the color green has really grown on me πŸ™‚

Happy St. Patty’s Day!

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