Happy Spring, everyone! Steph at The Silly Pearl here with a little craft tutorial to use up some of those plastic Easter eggs - my Tassel Easter Egg Garland. Here's how to make one for yourself.
- Plastic Easter eggs
- Spray paint
- Wood skewers
- Tapestry needle
- Hot glue
While the paint dries (I did two coats), make your tassels. I first determined how long I wanted my tassels, and cut a piece of cardboard about that size (I figured about one and a half times the egg would be a good proportion). Why do cats suddenly appear every time twine is near?
When the paint is fully dry, carefully open an egg. Usually, Easter eggs come with holes on the top and bottom of the egg, sometimes in pairs and sometimes just one.