Colorful Easter eggs decoupaged with tissue paper geranium flower die cuts, with the flowers made to pop-up!
Decorating Easter eggs is one of my favorite things to do. That and anything related to Christmas crafting and decor, but we already know that. There are quite a few options for eggs to decorate. There are paper maché eggs, plastic eggs and then the real deal, with the insides blown out. I prefer using real eggs since there are always some in the fridge and they are super inexpensive, so I can decorate tons of them.
THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS, MEANING IF YOU CLICK ON A LINK AND BUY SOMETHING I MAY RECEIVE A SMALL PERCENTAGE OF THE SALE AT NO COST TO YOUI wanted bright and happy Easter eggs and these geranium dies from Spellbinders make the prettiest flowers. I don't see too many geraniums in the desert and they remind me of my grandma's back patio. My favorite part of these eggs is the three dimensional flowers. I can't claim that the idea for the flowers was mine. My middle daughter said, it would be awesome if the flowers popped up! So we did just that. The flowers definitely add an element of fun to the Easter eggs.
- Easter eggs (plastic, paper maché)
- Tissue Paper
- Glossy Mod Podge
- Geranium and Leaves Wild and Free Dies from Spellbinders
- Diecutting Machine
- Foam Brushes
- DecoArt Neon Lights Knockout Blue Acrylic Paint