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Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs

Posted on the 26 March 2012 by Vixenmade @vixenMade

Easter is two weeks away.  Say what?
Easter is always sneaking up on me.. every year!  This time it seems more so.
So I've been busy putting up final touches in the Easter decor.  
And since I can never find anything at the stores in the colors I want, I've been making a lot of the decorations myself.  
Today I'm sharing with you how I made my fabric scrap Easter eggs.

Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Here's what you need:  cheap plastic eggs fabric scraps (I used leftover fabric from my daughter's headboard)hot glue gun

Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Cut your fabric width to be long enough to wrap around the egg lengthwise.  
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Cut 1/2 notches in your fabric.
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Tear your fabric apart at each notch.  This will give the fabric a frayed, shabby look.
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Starting at the bottom of your egg, add a dab of hot glue.
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Stick an end of your fabric strip onto the glue and wrap and glue around your egg.
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Keep adding your fabric strips until the egg is covered.
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Like so.  Now make more!
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Aren't they fun?  And SO easy!!
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
I placed them in a jar with burlap as the 'nest'.
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
So springlike.  Like robin eggs in a nest.
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Fabric Scrap Easter Eggs
Enjoy an easy afternoon craft that makes your home a little more festive!!Have a marvelous Monday!

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