Easter Egg Garland

7 Materials
2 Hours

I keep seeing wooden bead garlands and figured I'd get in on the trend. Check out this one I made for Easter.

Pick up a dozen plastic eggs, some wooden beads, and string.

First step is to drill a hole in to each end of the plastic eggs.

Then, you're gonna thread a needle with the string you have.

Use a larger needle, I picked up a pack of 3 for $3 at Walmart.

I then decided on a pattern with the beads, and began to thread them. You can also choose to stain the beads, but I chose not to- I love the natural look.

I also used some vinyl and did some Rae Dunn inspired words on every other egg, how cute!

To finish off the garland I made a jute tassel for each end. I just used a piece of cardboard and wrapped the jute around it about 25 times and then pulled it off cardboard.

Then I wrapped the jute around the folded part a few times about and 1.5” down from top.

Then I snipped the other end to make my fringe!

I then used the needle and string to sew the tassel to the end of the garland.

Now it is done! It's about 3 ft long.

It looks so pretty on my mantel!

It’s a great farmhouse look and I hope this inspires you to try making one!

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  • Vero Reneaum Vero Reneaum on Mar 25, 2019

    Hi did you first spray paint your plastic eggs? Or do they sell white plastic eggs at dollar tree ? I love how beautiful your garland turned out!!

  • Polita Polita on Apr 03, 2019

    where did you get the coffeeology sign, i love it. will make the eggs with the bea


  • Tanya Miller Swing Tanya Miller Swing on Apr 10, 2019

    I LOVE ALL your “designs “! You are truly talented!! Thank you sooo much for sharing! Can’t wait to try this! Any suggestions on how to make the holes in the eggs if you don’t have a drill?? Thank you!😊😊😊😊

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