If you celebrate Easter and have young kids, then you probably have plastic eggs around. And, if you let the kids play with said plastic eggs, then you might end up with a lot of eggs that look like this (or is that just me?!):
As Easter eggs go, they’re not the most aesthetically pleasing. Instead of throwing the mismatches out (or leaving them as is), why not pretty them up?! We decided to give it a shot by making paper mache Easter eggs!
Here’s the basics:
You can use the Elmer’s glue spots to attach other embellishments too. I decide to do ribbon. They were SO much easier to use than any other adhesive option I had. Instead of leaving the glue spots round, I spread them out to create bands and wrapped the ribbon around it! Super handy!
Step 6: Enjoy a super cute basket full of paper mache Easter eggs!!