Make Gorgeous Easter Eggs the Easy Way – with Egg Wraps
I know I say this a lot but I am so excited to share our latest craft with you today!! We made the most gorgeous Easter eggs today that you are going to LOVE! It took just minutes and was not messy in the slightest. Trust me on this that this easy DIY is a must-do this Easter season! Please continue reading below to see how we made stunning wooden Easter eggs using egg wraps.
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We purchased a set of egg wraps from Shining Light Dolls but you can purchase any egg wrap set you’d like. We found a lot of other gorgeous sets here. We personally love the egg wraps from Shining Light Dolls and are glad we started with those but we had so much fun decorating Easter eggs with them that we just might have to make a few more now that we’ve discovered so many other gorgeous sets.
How to Decorate Wooden Easter Eggs Using Egg Wraps
- Purchase a set (or two) of wooden eggs.
- Put egg wraps on the eggs (the children loved doing this part!), place one egg at a time on a slotted spoon and carefully place it in a pot of boiling water for three seconds.
- Take the egg out and place it on a towel.
- After you’ve made all your eggs, dry them with a towel.
- You can simply leave them out for your children to enjoy or you could add a ribbon to the top of them and hang them from doorknobs for decoration.
The children loved making these eggs (I put them in the boiling water, of course) and have loved playing with them. These wooden Easter eggs would also look beautiful tucked into an Easter basket.
They even match our Shining Light dolls – the children were so excited to pair up their eggs with their dolls. If you haven’t taken a look at Shining Light Dolls, you must! They have all sorts of amazing products, including:
- Saint dolls
- Mary garden seed packets
- And more!
- We love everything we have purchased from this amazing company.
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