As promised earlier, my first Easter DIY of the season is ready and waiting for you! And boy, is it sparkly! I’ve had a thing for gold sequins lately (read: always), so why not decorate Easter eggs with them!? Not your traditional egg, but definitely one for the non-traditional Easter-er (that’s a word, yes?). Spell a word, make some hearts for the love of your life or just cover the whole darn egg in sequins! Let’s do this.
Jumbo Eggs, Hard-Boiled
Hot Glue Gun
Lightly draw the letter, heart or other shape you want on your egg with a pencil. Working in small sections, go over your pencil line with hot glue and quickly press your sequin trim on top.
Keep going until your entire letter or shape is formed. Trim any excess thread or sequins off and if for any reason you need to touch up your letter, carefully glue on individual sequins (you can just pull these off the strand of trim).
To make the egg fully covered in sequins. Start at the very top of your egg and hot glue your sequin trim on, going round and round until you reach the bottom!
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Love what you ended up doing with these Kelly. They are so fun.
These look so festive!
Zoe | Eat Breathe Live Color says
Did somebody say gold sequins!? I’m in! I’m going to have to try this with pink as well for my 3 girls!
Ooh! This would be so fun in pink, Zoe! Happy Crafting! =)
Bellenza Bistro says
The fully sequined ones are extra-fabulous! Thanks for this project. 🙂
HilLesha @To the Motherhood says
That is very pretty!
These are so fun! I can’t wait try this and I already have crinkle shreds that would be perfect to put the eggs on!
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