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How to Make Fabric Wrapped Eggs

Make fun, festive Easter eggs without messy dies! Learn how to make fabric wrapper Easter eggs from Heidi Borchers using scraps of fabric. Scrap fabric crafts are a great way to save money and use materials you already have at home.

You can easily find plastic Easter eggs at your local craft or dollar store. Once you have the desired amount of eggs, gather up some fabric scraps and tear them into long strips. Dab Aleene's Tacky Glue on the end of the strip and start wrapping! Don't stop with just fabric! Add fun trims and appliques to create whimsical decorations. Place a few in a bowl and leave them out during Easter brunch to brighten up your table.

 

 

For a step-by-step tutorial of this project, check out Scrap Fabric Easter Eggs.

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Simple country style Easter eggs that the kids can help make. This informative video gives you all the techniques you need to know to create a colorful and unusual Easter centerpiece you can use for years. Save an egg carton to store your eggs in once Easter is over.

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