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Decorative Polka Dot Easter Egg

By: Jamielyn for I Heart Naptime

Make some decorative polka dot Easter eggs to put out during the holiday. You don't have to spend a lot of money when you have a creative mind and free Easter crafts. Go ahead, get crafty with this cute decor from Jamielyn Nye.

Materials:

  • Medium sized egg
  • Paint
  • Ribbon
  • Suckers

Instructions:

  1. I saw these cute eggs and knew I wanted to make them...just a little different! So first I bought a med sized egg from Michaels. It was about $3. It was already blue, but I gave it a fresh coat with robin egg blue spray paint. Then I added polka dots with my finger. I've found that is the easiest way.


     
  2. I decided it needed a few smaller dots so I grabbed a thumb tack and dotted away.


     
  3. Next it needed ribbon. Then some rick rack on top of the ribbon... it just makes it cuter!


     
  4. Then I decided I was going to stamp an egg to go inside my frame I spray painted white. But honestly the egg just wasn't screaming cute to me...


     
  5. So I looked around the house for what else I had, and I found these suckers I bought at Walmart. They were cute, and I knew I wouldn't eat them... but I still had to buy them. haha NOW they serve for a great purpose.

     
     

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Jamielyn, you did a great job, the sucker was the crowning touch. Teddie

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