Hello there and welcome back to Feeding Big. I have been away for a few weeks taking care of some family matters. I really missed blogging and sharing what I have been up to with all of you! I will be a bit slow getting back to full speed, but want to share a few great ideas when I have the time.
Easter will be here before we know it, so I thought I would share a Easter Egg craft that I made last year. These Jute wrapped Easter eggs are pretty easy to make and don’t take a lot of time either.. I used plastic eggs that I got on sale a few years ago (I think we all have bags full of them hiding in the closet) and some jute that I picked up at JoAnn fabrics (I used a coupon – of course). Warning – be very careful with the hot glue, I burned my fingers quiet a few times!
Want to see how to make my Jute Covered Easter Eggs or any of the other great projects? Just click on the title beneath the photo and you will head straight to the creators site!
Jute Wrapped Easter Eggs by Feeding Big
Meet the Dumpty Family from Organized 31
Chalkboard Easter Eggs from The Frugal Girls
Gilded Easter Eggs by Just Paint It
Dyed and Speckled Easter Eggs by Homework
Dremmel Drilled Easter Eggs by I’m Topsy Turvy
Dip Dyed Easter Eggs by Just Paint It
Thanks so much for stopping by. If you decided to make any of these, let me know and share a photo! See you soon.
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