Easter Eggs Part Deux

I posted here about some DIY Ombre Easter Eggs I made.  After making entirely too many of them, I decided to try something different with about half of them.  Using simple materials I had on hand, I created these paper mache type eggs.

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Here is what you will need:

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  • Patterned paper napkins of your choice.
  • Scissors
  • Sponge or paint brush
  • Mode Podge
  • Eggs

STEP 1:  Separate the napkin layers.  Keep the top patterned layer and discard the remainder.  Cut shapes from the top layer.

STEP 2:  Brush Mod Podge onto the egg then apply a cutout from the napkin.  After letting it dry, paint another layer of Mod Podge on top to seal.  I found you really had to take your time and use your fingers to smooth out the paper or else you would end up with a wrinkled effect.

There are so many beautiful napkin patterns out there these days, so the possibilities are endless.  It literally took me about 10 minutes to create these beauties!

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What about you?  How do you decorate your eggs?  Do you go for a PAAS kit or do you try something more untraditional?

Stay tuned . . . I may have another decorating idea coming soon.  I just can’t get enough!

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  1. […] I created these decoupage eggs on a whim.  All you need is paper napkins of your choice and Mod Podge. Paper napkins come in such a variety of patterns and colors, the possibilities are endless.  You can read the full tutorial here. […]

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