DIY Monochrome Eggs

DIY Monochrome Eggs @themerrythoughtWhen this post goes live, I will (hopefully) be safely in Florida soaking up the sunshine! But these cute eggs will be waiting back at home for me! After making the egg vases, I kept coming up with more simple egg DIYs for Easter and I managed to get this one done before I left for vacation – it was actually a really relaxing project. I usually like to use real eggs for Easter projects because I always did as a kid but I love that I’ll be able to use these every year!DIY Monochrome Eggs @themerrythoughtWhat you need:
-Plastic Eggs
-Tissue Paper
-Elmer’s Glue
-Paint Brush

How to make it:
-Cut shapes out of tissue paper.
-Use the paint brush to paint a light layer of glue on a small section of the egg where you want to place your first tissue paper shape.
-Place the shape on the glue.
-Paint over it lightly with the glue.
-Repeat until the egg is covered as desired. You may need to set it aside and let a side dry before doing the other side.
DIY Monochrome Eggs @themerrythoughtDIY Monochrome Eggs @themerrythoughtDIY Monochrome Eggs @themerrythoughtxo. Caitlin

1 comment
  • Indya | TheSmallAdventurerTuesday, March 28, 2017 - 6:15 pm

    I absolutely adore these! I always associate Easter with pastel colours and thought that, IF I ever painted some eggs, they’d be light yellow and baby pink, but I am LOVING these monochrome eggs! They certainly go with my clothing style (which is black, white, black and more white). I just might have to give these a go!

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