Tutorial: DIY Flower Easter Eggs
Easter is right around the corner so it’s time to start sharing some creative and crafty ideas for the season! First up is this “DIY EASTER EGG” idea inspired by one of our most popular posts, a feature of Frog Prince Paperie’s DIY Pomander Flower Ball made the same way! Paula of Frog Prince Paperie is a crafty one for sure! I was so inspired by the pomander flower ball that I tried it on Easter eggs!
Read on for the steps (they’re so easy!) + find out when we’re hosting our biggest giveaway yet!
What you will need:
– Styrofoam Eggs (craft store such as Michaels)
– pearl push pins (sewing aisle of craft store)
– mini flowers (purchased at craft store or use a flower punch)
– ribbon to hang egg (optional)
– hot glue gun
– mini easter tree (optional)
These little floral easter eggs are SO EASY to make! Seriously, you could make a dozen while watching your favorite television show and bam, you have a whole tree’s worth!
Step 1: Pour out your mini flowers (or punch them out of craft paper).
Step 2: Using push pins (I like the ones with pearlized colored tops), push flower into sytrofoam egg
Step 3: Continue adding flowers (overlapping a bit so the styrofoam does not show through) until egg covered.
Step 4: Using a hot glue gun, attach a loop of ribbon to hang from tree. Or you can fill a small basket or vase with the eggs.
Step 5: Enjoy!
We have some very EGG-citing Easter party features coming SOON (this week!) so stay tuned + our biggest giveaway yet is coming TOMORROW!!
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Thank you! I love this idea and they are beautiful!
How neat, Courtney! Love the adaptation–
Adorable! A DIY project I can’t wait to start. :)
Love how you adapted the idea for Easter! You always have such creative ideas and inspiration for us!
OMG…..love, love, love, love, LOVE these!!! Cannot wait to make them! Thanks Courtney!!!
So cute and so easy!
These are so beautiful!! I would love to try this, thanks for sharing!
absolutely beautiful ideal for aged residents at nursing home to make and so easy too.
These are adorable! I found you over at Tip Junkie. Thanks for sharing.
found your project via Ucreate. Absolutely precious – I love that you can customize your eggs for your decorating colour/scheme.
I found you through Ucreate. I love this idea! Those eggs are so pretty! I’m sure my girls would really get excited about a project like this.
Love these they are so pretty, Would love if you would stop by my blog. I have a Stampin’ up giveaway going on now http://momsofalltrades.blogspot.com/2011/03/big-300-giveaway.html
These eggs are so gorgeous! I’d love for you to submit this to the M&T Spotlight at http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight
Oh wow, that is so cute!!!
I really like these eggs!
These flower covered eggs are super cute! I just couldn’t help but feature them in a Easter craft round-up I just finished. You can see it here:
Thanks so much for sharing your pretty eggs and how you made them!
These are so adorable! I will be back later to link up my DIY Easter crafts but wanted to let you know I am featuring this on my blog today :)
Very pretty, and so easy! Just linked to your tutorial from the StyroCrafts’ Facebook page. Thank you, Courtney. Sharon
very cute!!! Great way to use scrapbook supplies!