Easter egg decorating ideas : Yarn wrapped eggs

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It is always fun to decorate Easter eggs. I had shared about Easter egg decorating ideas like nail polish decorated Easter egg and aluminium foil decorated Easter egg. Today I am sharing about a yarn wrapped Easter egg decorating idea.

Easter egg decorating ideas

Easter egg decorating ideas!

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Materials used for decorating Easter eggs:

  1. Plastic Easter eggs
  2. Yarn
  3. Tacky Glue
  4. Gems (Optional)

Method:

  1. Apply tacky glue on the Egg. Starting from an end, wrap the yarn around the egg.  Do not cut the yarn from the bundle.Easter plastic egg decoration ideas for kids
  2. We did not apply glue on the entire egg. We were applying to a small portion at a time and wrapping the yarn. It was easy to manage. When the entire egg is wrapped, cut the yarn from the bundle.
    Easter plastic egg decorated with yarn
  3. We made couple of them. They are beautiful! You can leave them as such if you want.Easter egg decorating ideas for kids
  4. We added gem stones with glue. You can also use sequins or glitter to decorate the yarn egg.

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Have you tried decorating the plastic eggs before?

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