Easter is this Sunday so I wanted to share an easy canvas and paper Easter egg garland that you can use to decorate with for your holiday events!
For the garland, I used the tie-dyed canvas eggs I made last year for my Easter wreath. Since I pulled them off the wreath to use the base for the next holiday, this garland was a good way to recycle the eggs.
The supplies needed included the canvas eggs, brown and white baker’s twine, green cardstock, scissors, a pencil and a hot glue gun.
My cardstock measured 4.5″x6″. I cut 3 pieces in half and used a pencil to draw on my grass shapes. I used scissors to cut the grass and then randomly cut each piece into 3 sections.
I tucked the canvas eggs into a piece of grass and added a few dabs of hot glue to secure them.
The final step was to hot glue all of my eggs onto the baker’s twine and hang onto a favorite piece of furniture, mantel or in a doorway.
A simple project for your Easter decorating! The eggs and grass could also be used to embellish a greeting card or tied onto a napkin for a cute addition to a place setting. Don’t forget, the directions to make the eggs can be found here.
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