Easter Egg Decorating Idea | Decoupage Easter Eggs! | Frugal Craft Projects
This is a fun, frugal, but a little messy way to decorate easter eggs that will keep year after year - Decoupage Easter Eggs!
Materials you will need:
Plastic Eggs (I'm sure you can get these for a $1 at any dollar store!) After Easter Clearance = around $0.25 per pack!
White Liquid Glue
Newspaper print (or magazine)
Glitter Glue (optional)
How to Decoupage Easter Eggs:
Get a few plastic easter eggs. Make a 50/50 mixture of water and white glue. Choose a color scheme of newspaper print colors that you would like your egg design to be. I chose purple, white and blue as you can see in the pic above. Cut and/or rip the newspaper into small pieces and submerge into the glue/water mixture. Cover each plastic egg with the newspaper until your design is complete. This is the messy part and you may need to let them get a bit tacky a piece at a time before you put on another strip of paper. Otherwise, they will slip off, and you'll get annoyed, and throw the whole project out the window. ;)
Let it dry overnight. Squeeze some glitter glue onto the dried decoupaged egg, and smear around until an even layer of glitter is on each egg. This is a great frugal Easter Egg decor project that the kids will love to be involved in too! These cost me less than $5 to make!