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Easter Window Decoration Idea #eastereggs

I have a winter holiday and I have been collecting energy and positivity for myself. Now it's finally time to rest and do what I want. Crafting of course! In Finland, here is still winter a lot of snow. In my mind, however, is already spring.
Difficulty: Easy
What you need: scissors, plastic, Sharpie pens, alcohol, dropper, needle and thread. The plastic bottle lid works well to use.
Draw with a pencil egg pattern.
Cut the egg patterns with scissors.
Colors eggs with Sharpie pens.
Drip alcohol On Sharpie color. The color is spreading on the surface of the egg.
These spring Easter eggs makes me happy. I hope you too !!

To see more: http://kaikkeakotona.blogspot.fi/2016/02/easter-window-decoration.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Patricia
    Patricia Lebanon, OH
    on Feb 29, 2016

    What a sweet way to re-purpose extra container lids! I love your idea and think it would be a fun project to work on with kids, too.

    • Maarit Aho
      Maarit Aho Finland
      on Feb 29, 2016

      @Patricia Thank you Patricia! The idea works well with the kids!

  • Heddy F
    Heddy F Winter Garden, FL
    on Feb 29, 2016

    This is positively lovely. You have your own Monet colored Easter egg garden! Beautiful job!

    • Maarit Aho
      Maarit Aho Finland
      on Feb 29, 2016

      @Heddy F Heddy, Thank you for the lovely comment!

  • Cathy
    Cathy Gainesville, GA
    on Feb 29, 2016

    So cute and easy my grandchildren and I will love this thanks a crafty gma

    • Maarit Aho
      Maarit Aho Finland
      on Feb 29, 2016

      @Cathy Thank you Cathy! Certainly it is nice to do together with the kids !!

  • Leslie
    Leslie Methuen, MA
    on Feb 29, 2016

    Maarit very cute!!! If I may make a suggestion you could use fishing line or filament for a more floaty look or very thin ribbon sections and glue tiny bows where the top & bottom holes are. You could also add a very light fishing weight to the bottom egg. It might make them spin rather than go all over the place when a light breeze hits them :) Good job :)

  • Dee
    Dee New Castle, PA
    on Feb 29, 2016

    You could make this for any holiday-clovers for St. Paddy's day, flags and flowers for summer...the possibilities are endless!

    • Barbara
      Barbara Yucaipa, CA
      on Feb 29, 2016

      @Dee Great idea! Think I'll make some shamrocks!!

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