Patchwork Easter Egg Craft ~ Sooooo Easy & Cute!!

It’s the 10th day of the month, so I’ve gathered my creative blogging friends, and we came up with a PASTEL theme to create projects around, since SPRING is upon us!  I have a super-duper easy Easter egg craft for you… check it out!

Patchwork Easter Eggs Craft www.orsoshesays.com

So, this begins our 11th month with this collaboration. We had so much fun with it the past 10 months, we decided to take it another round. One friend needed to part ways, so we added the amazingly talented Chelsea from Two Twenty One to the mix. For now, get into the spring mode with PASTELS!

Pastel Spring projects and recipes

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From top left, moving down row by row:

Cadbury Mini Egg Cookie Dough Brownie by Capturing Joy with Kristen Duke

Yummy Spring Cookies + Cute Printable Tag by Thirty Handmade Days

Easy Burlap Easter Bunnies by Landeelu

Friendship Gift Tags by Simply Kierste

Easter Egg Cookies by Two Twenty One

Spring Easter Egg Sign Decor by Lolly Jane

DIY Color Blocked Necklace by Eighteen25

Polaroid Spring Banner by Little Miss Momma

Frozen Lemon Dessert by Your Homebased Mom

Patchwork Easter Egg Craft by Or So She Says

And, now for MY ‘pastel’ post!!

This may come as a surprise to you, as I’m usually not the one sharing craft posts, but I actually love to craft.  I especially love making holiday decorations.  I used to craft a lot more than I do now… now that I am a mother of many.  But, every now and then, I’ll throw something together.  But, it has to be quick and easy.  Oh, and cute.

With that said, I needed something for my ‘pastel’ post and remembered these super easy modge-podged balls that I made way-back-when to fill a metal basket, as a Fourth of July decoration.  It would be just as quick and easy to do the same thing on styrofoam eggs.  And it was, my friends.  So quick.  So easy.

Patchwork Easter Egg Craft:

Patchwork Easter Eggs Craft www.orsoshesays.com

All you need is scrap fabric, cut in small pieces, a bottle of Modge Podge, styrofoam eggs, and a small foam paint brush.

There are several different sizes of eggs available.  I bought the big ones, but it would be fun to mix it up a little bit.

 

To make them, simply paint the back of a scrap piece of fabric with Modge Podge and press it anywhere on the egg.  After it’s on the egg, paint the top of the fabric with Modge Podge.  Add the next piece, overlapping them to make a messy patchwork look.  Messy, but good.  When you have everything on, you may want to do one more quick Modge Podge layer of the entire egg.  Set aside and let dry until hard.

Patchwork Easter Egg Craft www.orsoshesays.com

Just for kicks, I got a brown ink pad and lightly rubbed it on the bumps and random areas of the egg, to give them more of an vintage look. And… that’s it!  These are fun to use with a table centerpiece, to scatter randomly on shelves, or to fill up an Easter basket and display.  Happy crafting!

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Mariel

Mariel

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Comments

  1. Love this. And I want to steal your bunny…

    (; XO

  2. Such a fun project, my kids would love this, pinning!

  3. Very cute!

  4. So fun! Love the possibilities.

  5. What a cute idea!!! I think my girls would love making these too!!!

  6. Very pretty! And a great way to use up my fabric scraps. Pinning.

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