How To Make Coastal Easter Eggs Decoration

If your home is by the coastal area or you just love a coastal theme decor, why don’t you have your Easter decor this year in Coastal theme?! Coastal theme will bring some freshness to your Easter decor at home. With bright colors and some coastal ornaments, your Easter eggs decoration will look fantastic and fresh. Take a look at my Coastal Easter Eggs decoration and scroll more on how do I make it. It would be a great addition to your Easter Coastal decor.

How to make a Coastal Easter Eggs decoration? It is actually easy, you would only need three things for that; which are:

1. For the eggs, paint them in pastel colors, if you want to stress more on the coastal feeling, use blue a lot.

2. Add some beachy ornaments, like seashells, starfish, and so on.

3. Don’t forget to bring in some nautical ornaments, like anchor, ship wheel and many more.

With only that three elements, you can make a stunning Coastal Easter Egg Decoration. As easy as that! Well, if you still unclear, let me show you how I made my Coastal Easter Eggs Decoration.

Things To Prepare

This Coastal Easter Eggs decoration is a low budget Easter decoration. Use some eggshells and seashells an a tin can lid and you are ready for the project. Seashells and a tin can lid are used to make a seashells tray. And for the seashells tray, you can check out my post on how to make it. Anyway, here are the complete list of supplies that you need to prepare for this coastal Easter decoration :

  • Eggshells (I used chicken egg and quail eggs)
  • Fake moss
  • Acrylic paint in green, white, red, blue, yellow.
  • Black permanent marker
  • Seashells Tray

How To Make

This is a quick Easter decoration you can make in last minutes. Super easy to make too. You can make it into a large Easter decoration or a small Coastal Easter decoration, it’s all up to you. If you want to make a large one, use a bigger tray and more eggs. Mine, I made a small one which great for a coffee table decoration or mixed together with other Easter decoration which of course a coastal theme Easter.

1 .Make a hole on the bottom of the egg, very gently, to empty the egg. Wash all the eggshells and let sit for a while until it’s dry.

2 .Paint the eggshells in pastel colors of white, blue, green, yellow, and pink. How to get a pastel color? You can get it from mixing a color with white. By mixing a color with white, you will have a lighter and softer color. Let it dry after painting.

3 .I used my seashells tray I made before last year. You can check out how I made it; or if you have a round plain rustic blue tray, it will do too.

4 .Take some fake moss and arrange it on the tray, it would look as if it’s a bird’s nest.

5 .Don’t forget to draw an anchor by using a black marker on the white chicken eggshell.

6 . Place all the painted Easter eggs and arrange them nicely on the fake moss. Add some seashells and maybe starfish if you have one. And it’s done!

Super easy and quick to make isn’t? A Coastal Easter Eggs decoration that you can prepare in last minute. I also have an easy Easter Wreath I made last week, it’s an upcycled low budget Easter decoration that you will love to make. Well, Easter is still a week to come, better get moving and get your home ready for Easter decor.

You can check out more Easter ideas on Twinkl’s Easter Celebration, find it in Fun and Eggciting Ways to Celebrate Easter.

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DIY Easter Eggs From Polymer Clay For Kids Activity

I just found this polymer clay that my kid love to play with so much. The texture is different from usual clay, it’s more elastic and moist. So, it’s easier to form a figure and less messy to play with than the usual one. The great thing is, by the time it’s dry enough, it would be squishy but still maintaining its former form. And at the end it will as hard as a board foam without cracking. For that, your kids can keep them as toys, like mini figures and of course Easter Eggs. This polymer clay can be a great activity at home for you and your children to have fun with. I had some great times with kid making this DIY Easter Eggs From Polymer Clay.

The polymer clay is easy to work with, you can make any form with it. Your kids would love it, they can go super creative with it. The best things is that the clay itself has already colorful and you can make your own color by combining your desired colors together. So it’s perfect to make Easter Eggs out of this squishy polymer clay. You can even make them into some key chains besides squishy toys.

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The Great Things About Polymer Clay

There are many things I like from this polymer clay, and those things are:

  1. The texture is elastic, moister and not easily disintegrated.
  2. Polymer clay is not messy to play with due to its texture.
  3. Once it’s harden enough, it will turn into squishy.
  4. You can keep your making as a toy because of the squishy-like texture and after days it will hard like a board foam.
  5. It doesn’t crack when it dries.
  6. The colors selections are soft and vibrant altogether and you can mix two or more colors to get a desired color.
  7. You can draw on the hardened polymer clay.

In this case, after I make the colorful eggs, I can decorate them with color pen. Isn’t that fun for kids? It is even fun for me!

Things To Prepared

You would only need to prepare two things to make this Easter kids activity of DIY Easter and those are:

  • Polymer clay in many colors
  • Sakura White Gelly Roll 0.5

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How To Make

If you have a pair of great hands to form things, then you would do fantastic on making these polymer clay Easter eggs. How to make these colorful Easter eggs?

  1. Take your favorite color clay as much as you want the size of the egg to be.
  2. Make a ball first until you got a smooth surface of the clay and then form an egg shape and place it in standing position. Let it dry. To get a great result, leave it dry a half day.
  3. Decorate the polymer clay eggs with gel pen in white colors (or other colors you favor) and paint it to be Easter eggs.
  4. Some you may want to decorate it with just colorful clay as if you are decorating a cake by using fondant.

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Trust me, it’s fun! So, not just your kids would have major excitement doing these Easter kids craft of polymer clay Easter Eggs, but you would also enjoy it. You can make small Easter Eggs, colorful Easter Eggs, monochrome Easter Eggs, big Easter Eggs, painted Easter Eggs or anything creative Easter Eggs you can think of by using this polymer clay. Happy trying, also bring along your children and have fun with it on coming Easter!

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How To Make Fabric Easter Eggs

Easter is coming and some decorations are being prepared. But some handmade decorations would give a personal touch to your home decor. Let me share an inspiration for DIY Easter Eggs for Easter decorations. These Easter Eggs are from scrap fabrics I have. So, it’s a frugal project you may say.

The most important thing to make this Easter Eggs is to use soft fabrics and even that can see through. The pattern can be anything, I happened to have a black and white pattern that looks like the eggs had been drawn with ink. There’s no sewing involve, I just cut and glued the fabrics to some plastic eggs. Since, the eggs will be covered by the fabrics, you can re-use old eggs from last year that does not looking appealing anymore. So basiclly, you would only need some plastic eggs, fabrics and glue. I used UHU glue because it’s clear and not easily dry that quick, so it would give some time to adjust the fabrics according to the shape of the egg.

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Things To Prepared

You would only need three things for making Fabric Easter Eggs. I’m sure you would have these three things somewhere in your home. By using things or scraps from your home, you don’t need to take Covid-19 risk by leaving home to buy some craft supplies. So, here are the supplies you need:

  • Plastic eggs
  • UHU Glue
  • Fabric (soft fabric would do great)

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How To Make

Easy and fast steps to make these Easter Eggs from fabrics that I would share with you here. Just follow these below tutorial with the pictures above!

  1. Clean your plastic eggs, make sure it’s smooth.
  2. If you use a soft see through fabrics, try to paint the eggs in white color, so you would have white background. But you can always choose other color as your background matching to the fabrics color. Since mine is black and white pattern, so I painted the eggs in white color in thin layer.
  3. Cut the fabric in a shape of oval according to the egg’s height. Cut into 3-4 ovals.
  4. Glue it one by one to the eggs by using clear UHU glue.
  5. Secure any loose fabrics and let it dry.

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My fabric Easter eggs is an easy and quick DIY Easter to make during this stay-at-home mode everywhere. Simple supplies you can find at home would be a plus to this crafty Easter project. Want to try your own Easter Fabric Eggs? Please do and have fun with it!

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DIY Farmhouse Easter Eggs Banner

Easter is next month and you probably are looking for some inspirations to decorate your home with Easter theme. Well, you are in the right place, because I’m sharing my DIY Farmhouse Easter Eggs Banner with tutorial. It’s an easy Easter diy which using scraps at home; yes, cardboard box to be re-used. And it looks great for farmhouse style with the rustic simple look. But you can always substitute the cardboard with wooden panel if you wanted a fancier look or something more durable. But if you always look for new look every year for your home Easter decor, you can simply re-cycling your old cardboard box for the Easter bunting.

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Things To Prepared

These are some supplies to make this easy Easter eggs banner with farmhouse look. I guess every crafter would have these supplies at home. Th`ose are simple things you can find at every craft supplies store.

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How To Make

Easy steps are all required to make this farmhouse banner of Easter Eggs with bunny. Just follow these easy tutorial with the pictures above!

  1. Cut your cardboard into a shape of eggs and make it three with dimension of around 3 inches x 4.5 inches.
  2. Paint one cardboard egg with zig zag pattern, the second one with polka dot pattern and the third one with bunny’s silhouette from behind by using white paint. It doesn’t have to be very sleek to get a rustic look. Let it dry.
  3. Glue the burlap rope circling the Easter egg three times. Adding more farmhouse style to the Easter eggs banner. Let it dry.
  4. Write the word “Hop” on the zig zag and polka dot pattern eggs by using a black marker.
  5. Twirl the cotton rope to form a fluffy ball of tail and glue it to the bunny on the cardboard egg banner.
  6. Install some burlap rope at the back of the three cardboard eggs with the Easter bunny in the middle and secure it with adhesive tape. And your Easter banner is ready!

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Frugal DIY and easy project to do for Easter decor. It’s a great farmhouse Easter decoration where you can hang the Easter eggs banner on your mantel, door or even at your kitchen cabinet. Just look for some cardboard at your storage and get other supplies to make this Farmhouse Easter Eggs Banner!

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DIY Black & White Monogram Easter Eggs

So many ideas of presenting Easter eggs for decorations. My idea was to make something more classic, mature and personal for Easter home decoration. Here are the DIY Easter eggs in black and white monogram. You can draw initials of your family members and painted in black and white. I made it all with hand-drawings, but you can always alternate it with stickers or stamping, etc.

A few things to prepare for DIY Black & White Monogram Easter Eggs :

  • Plastic eggs
  • White spray paint
  • Drawing pen – black
  • Black marker
  • Grey marker
  • Pencil

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Let’s see the steps to DIY Black & White Monogram Easter Eggs:

  1. Spray paint the cleaned eggs with white. Try to maintain a distance while spraying and don’t spray at one spot for too long, but spray in a glance all area, let it dry and repeat it until entire surface is covered evenly. Be patience to get best result. I used sewing pin as something to hold and stick it on the egg’s bottom so I can spray the entire surface without touching the egg.
  2. Sketch the pattern with the monogram you desired with pencil on the painted egg
  3. Enhance the monogram and the pattern on the easter eggs with drawing pen, black marker and grey marker. Let it dry and do it carefully.

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Another idea to present your Easter eggs for your diy home decorations on coming holiday; A black and white with personal monogram as your Easter eggs. This black and white Easter eggs are classic and have more mature look. And the best thing is that you can add your family member’s monogram on each egg.

If you wanted to see more Easter DIYs / crafts ideas for coming Easter inspirations; you can check out Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies, How To Make Bunny Ears Headband From Tissue Roll, free worksheet Easter Themed Crossword PuzzleDIY eggshell Easter Card and Easy and Cheap DIY Easter Decoration From Plastic Surprise Eggs. For more future posts, follow me! And if you wanted to add my creations to your Pinterest board, please follow me on Pinterest! Also find me on Instagram!

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