It’s time to get creative with your Easter eggs! These Paper Easter Egg Decoration are a great way to add some creativity and flair to the holiday.
You can hang them on the tree, use them as place cards, or even make little gifts out of them.
Paper Easter egg ornaments are a great project for little hands.
Kids get to decorate small eggs and hang them on goat willow branches.
This activity will keep them busy for hours, a win-win for parents and kids.
How to Make the Paper Easter Egg Ornaments
What you need:
- goat willow branches
- glue stick
- color papers (light and dark blue, green, purple, pink, and yellow)
- color markers
- silk ribbon
- transparent tape
Step by Step Tutorial
Glue the goat willow branches onto a piece of blue paper.
You might have to add a lot of glue to the willow.
Repeat this step – glue more branches.
Draw three eggs on green color paper and cut them out.
Repeat the step by drawing three eggs on the pink paper. Cut them out.
Continue and repeat the procedure on the yellow color paper.
We want some blue eggs too, so draw and cut three of them out.
Having different colors of eggs will make our craft even prettier.
Draw and cut out three eggs on the purple color paper.
Draw patterns on the eggs with markers.
You can experiment and draw different designs – we drew zig-zag patterns.
We used matching color markers for egg designs.
Cut small pieces of thin ribbon.
Make a loop.
Glue the ribbon to the back of the eggs with transparent tape.
Then hang the eggs on the branches of the goat willow.
Hang all of the eggs to different positions.
If you’re looking for a fun and full of flair activity to do with your kids, then these paper Easter egg ornaments will do the trick!
Your craft can be a nice decoration for the Easter table.
Isn’t it pretty?
You can gift your Easter egg ornaments to your loved ones too.
The sky is the limit to adding these DIY decorations around your home.