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[Tutorial] DIY Easter Egg Decorating – You’ll Never Guess The Secret Supply Used!


How Can Easter Eggs Possibly Look This Good?

Easter is almost upon us, and we will soon be celebrating with family and friends. If you are looking for something with which to decorate your dining table for Easter dinner or possibly your buffet table where you will be presenting all your food, we think we have come up with a fabulous and fun idea that will make your Easter celebration very festive and pretty. Not only that, but it will make for a great DIY craft (especially so you can brag, “I made that!”). The fun part is going to be making the eggs, so be sure to click through to the second page to find the list of materials, INCLUDING THE SECRET SUPPLY NEEDED, and a link to the tutorial.

PaperNapkinEggs2image credit: Eddie Ross

Materials Needed for the Egg Topiary:

  • Newspaper or scrap paper
  • Styrofoam Cone (ours are 17-7/8″ x 4-7/8″, $7.99, and 12″ x 4″, $4.99; Michael’s)
  • Spray Adhesive (we used Scotch Super 77 Multipurpose Adhesive, $25.95; Amazon)
  • Paper Easter Grass (we used Oster-gras in Cloud White, D. Blumchen & Company, $3.25;
  • Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
  • Decorated Eggs (see directions – we used 45 eggs for the large topiary and 25 for the small one)
  • Pedestal Bowl or Platter

PaperNapkinEggs3image credit: Eddie Ross

Decorated Easter Eggs

You will need a separate set of materials for the eggs, including the SECRET SUPPLY. Click through to page 2 to get your list of supplies and the link to the tutorial.


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