Learn how to make a simple and colorful Easter egg garland using Mod Molds and Melts. This is such a fun and easy craft idea! Customize for any holiday.
Today we have another fun Easter craft project to share! This DIY Easter Egg Garland is the perfect decoration for all your Easter celebrations!
If you haven’t heard of the Mod Podge Mod Melter, Melts, and Molds, you are going to want to get your hands on all of them ASAP!
They are super simple to use and create the funnest (is that a word?) embellishments. Here’s what you need to get started!
DIY Easter Egg Garland
Gather These Supplies
- Mod Podge Mod Melter
- Mod Podge Mod Melts (in spring colors)
- Mod Podge Mod Molds
- Thumbtack or nail
- Baker’s twine
Step 1: Following the instructions from the Mod Melter, dispense the Mod Melts into the Mod Molds. Be sure to fill the cavities all the way to the top. Let cool.
Step 2: After allowing the melts to cool and harden (about 10 minutes), remove from the mold. You can do this by bending the mold and popping the eggs out as shown.
Make a bunch of them in various colors (you can make white ones and paint them, too). Aren’t these eggs so cute and colorful?! They’ll make a perfect Easter egg banner!
Step 3: Poke holes in the eggs using a thumbtack or nail. Be careful and protect your work surface so you don’t make any holes.
Step 4: String the eggs on baker’s twine or something similar. Do this by cutting a long length of baker’s twine and adding a few extra feet just for good measure.
Starting in the middle of the string, put the twine through the hole and tie a knot in the back. Grab another color egg and work your way out to the left or right.
Keep going until your Easter egg banner is complete – until all of the eggs have been strung and you are satisfied with the length. Then trim using scissors.
Hang wherever you like. Isn’t this banner so bright and springy and fun And be sure to visit us as we blog about style, food, and the things we love over at the Pretty Life Girls.