Can you believe that Easter is only a
few weeks away? It comes early this year, but there is still plenty of time to
get crafty. One of the most popular Easter projects for kids to create are
Easter eggs. Kids will love making paper wrapped Easter eggs with strips of
paper and Mod Podge. Cathie and Steve created this paper wrapped egg using our
special Mod Podge Wash Out formula. This formula is special because it is kid
friendly. If they accidentally spill some on their clothes, it washes right
out. Below are all the supplies you will need below, along with their instructions.
Plaid ® Hot Glue Gun
Mod Podge ® Wash Out
For Kids, 8 oz.
Easter egg shape (plastic/wood or real)
1. Cut the sheet of scrapbook paper
into 1/4” strips. Apply Mod Podge to the back and front of the strip,
position one end on the egg and begin wrapping the egg with the strip in a
random pattern. Repeat the process until the entire egg is covered.
Allow to dry.
2. Hot glue a palm-full of moss to the center of the nest. Hot glue the
egg into the nest.
PROJECT TIP: Add a touch of glitter by top coating the egg with Sparkle