Denim Easter Egg Crafts

Denim Easter Egg Crafts

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Denim Easter Egg Crafts
Denim Easter Egg Crafts
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"Fancy something a bit different this Easter why not go for a rustic look with these upcycled denim Easter eggs. This a really simple and quick craft for all ages. It practically costs nothing to make as you use waste material. I told you it was easy. These eggs do have an sort of rustic feel to them and make for a great easter decoration. They would also be great for an easter egg hunt. They should keep for years, even if you used real egg shells as the glue and fabric would have strengthened them."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Difficulty LevelEasy

HolidayEaster

Materials List

  • Denim scraps from old jeans
  • Eggs real or craft eggs
  • Scissors and glue

Instructions

  1. If using real eggs blow your eggs first (instructions on blog). Or alternatively use craft eggs, plastic, wood or polystyrene.

  2. Cut your denim scraps into strips approximately 1cm wide and 6cm long.

  3. Brush glue onto the wrong side of the denim and then stick the strips one by one onto the egg until it is totally covered.

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Are you one to decorate for all Holidays tan here is a cute and very quick and easy denim Easter eggs to go with that pretty basket or bowl you made for that centerpiece and you get to recycle those jeans with another great project .You can use styrofoam ,wood or even those plastic eggs and some glue and the jeans cut in small strips to fit and that is it. Let the kids in on it and see the fun they will have. Add some ribbon or lace by gluing on and presto beautiful non breakable eggs.

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