String Easter Eggs


String Easter Eggs

String Easter Eggs
String Easter Eggs

"Put a fresh face on your Easter decor with these adorable and easy string Easter eggs! Perfect craft to make with kids! So easy to make, these string Easter eggs crafts will only take minutes to put together (fair warning, they do require some time for drying though). These string Easter eggs are safe to make with kids and are also super fun, especially if you hide some chocolate eggs inside. Kids will absolutely love them!!"

MaterialsMixed Media/Miscellaneous

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens

More Crafty Ideas For You

One craft project that we recommend for our readers who enjoy making String Easter Eggs is to create a beautiful Easter wreath using the same string wrapping technique. Select a foam wreath form and wrap it with pastel-colored yarn. Then, create several String Easter Eggs to hang from the wreath using different colors and patterns of string. This project is perfect for those who want to add a festive touch to their home decor for the Easter season.

Another fun craft project idea for fans of String Easter Eggs is to make a colorful string art Easter bunny. Start by nailing small nails in the shape of a bunny onto a wooden board. Then, wrap different colors of string around the nails to create a vibrant and whimsical design. This project is a great way to showcase your string wrapping skills in a unique and creative way.

For those looking for a practical yet stylish craft project to showcase their String Easter Eggs, we suggest making a set of Easter egg ornaments. Simply create several String Easter Eggs in different sizes and colors, then attach string or ribbon to the top of each egg to hang them up as ornaments. These festive decorations can be hung on an Easter tree or around the house to add a touch of handmade charm to your Easter celebrations.

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I know Easter is over, but these are too darn cute not to make. I wonder if I can just pass them off as decorative "yarn balls" as a centerpiece. Definitely would be a cute addition to the table for half the price!


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