Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Easter Egg Decorations~Bostik Bloggers 2017



As a child I have fond memories of painting boiled eggs for Easter. We also used to dye the eggs and create marbled patterns on them. This year in the Bostik box there were some polystyrene Easter Eggs, they were perfect for decorating so Little M and I created some sparkly Easter Egg decorations. They make the perfect table centre for a Easter themed table setting.


To create these decorations you will need:

Polysterene Easter Eggs
Bostik Glue
Glitter (colour of your choice)
Polythene bag
Ribbons
Stick on gems

1. Using a brush spread glue all over the egg.
2. Place the glued egg into the polythene bag and sprinkle it all over with the glitter, shake the bag to cover the eggs fully. This is the easiest way to coat the eggs with glitter without getting a glittery mess every where.



3. Remove the egg from the bag and leave the glitter to dry fully.



4. Tie a decorative ribbon around the egg.





5. Stick on the gems to finish the eggs.



Being part of the Bostik 2017 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.


19 comments:

  1. What pretty lovely lil Easter decorations. OMG Is round the corner isnt it! Better get ready! Thanks for the reminder!

    Julie Syl Kalungi

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  2. These look amazing and so much better than something wrapped in a bit of overpriced foil!

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  3. oh my goodness these look incredible, i was on the search for things like this to do with the boys, thanks for this x

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  4. Fab ideas! I love all this but I want to eat them! Hahahaha. Great crafts thanks for sharing, I am on it!

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  5. So lovely and creative! Great activity to get children involved with :) x

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  6. I love the decoration for the purple egg that looks super cute. I think I need to get some supplies in.

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  7. They look great. I love the stick on gems!!!

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  8. This looks really cool, I love the glitter on the eggs and the stick on gems x

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  9. I never had painted boiled eggs but we had so many painted cardboard eggs and things, these look great x

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  10. Such a great activity for both adults and kids. I'm certainly going to be making eggs with my daughter this week x

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  11. I want to get crafty this Easter as I never really do anything around that holiday. These look amazing

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  12. This is so creative and something fun to do with the kids.

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  13. i use to love decorating easter eggs. love the ribbon and gems on this. nice touches

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  14. Such pretty eggs, and the gems on them would give even a Faberge egg a run for its money!

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  15. Such a great activity! I must make sure to get some easter craft supplies!

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  16. These look fabulous! They would be so lovely to decorate and then use in an Easter Egg hunt with the children.

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  17. Amazing DIY. Loved the ribbon and gems on it, they look so cute.

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  18. These are all so cute. I am going to be doing some Easter crafts with my neice next week.

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  19. They look so pretty, we used to make something similar when we were kids.

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