No Sew Patchwork Fabric Easter Eggs

15 Minutes

These fabric Easter eggs unbelievably easy to make and look fantastic. The fabric gives them a nice retro look and feel. They make for a lovely seasonal decoration for the home. This is a great easter craft for all ages. />
All you need is some raw eggs and fabric adhesive sheets.
First you need to prepare your eggs by blowing out the raw egg, details of this can be found on my blog. Of course if you don't want to use real eggs you can use plastic craft ones.
Then you simply cut your fabric sheets into 5mm strips and remove the backing before adhering to the egg.
Continue adding the strips until the whole egg is covered.
This is a very addictive and quick craft before long you will have a lovely basket of decorative eggs. If like me and you choose to use real eggs, covering the eggs in adhesive fabric strengthens them therefore they are not so fragile and will last for years. Finally don't forget to have scrambled eggs for tea with all that raw egg, or even better get baking.

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  • Sandra Crosbie
    on Mar 3, 2016

    They look so pretty and retro ( even though I've never seen them until now ) they would look great in a basket. Thanks for sharing. I will now have to find the fabric.

  • Mary
    on Mar 3, 2016

    use wooden eggs less work

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