Easter Garland Tutorial

Easter Garland Tutorial If you’re looking for a cute and quick Easter home decor, look no further. This Easter garland is a stunner and only takes 5 minutes and $5 to make. What are you waiting for? Let’s get started! Supplies:

  • Plastic Easter Egg
  • Twine or ribbon (whatever you want to hang the Easter eggs from
  • Spray Adhesive
  • Glitter
  • Ribbon or embellishments

Instructions: diy easter garland 1) Pick out your favorite Easter eggs from your local grocery or craft store. I choose these because they were $1.50 and tiny. Why tiny you ask? Tiny equals cute. Duh. glittered easter garland tutorial 2) Put the Easter eggs in a plastic bag and cover them with spray adhesive. While the glue is still wet and tacky sprinkle glitter on top of them. I used a really fine glitter, but the bigger the sparkles the better. It may take a few turns to fully coat the cuties. Easter Garland Tutorial 3) Next, string the eggs through the twine or ribbon you picked. One of the reasons I used plastic eggs was because they come with a hole in the top and bottom pieces when you buy them. If you need to increase the size of the hole just stick a match into the end and swirl it around.  Easter Garland Tutorial 4) Embellish! I added bows in-between the eggs for extra flair. If you have little bunnies or other fun things feel free to add them to the garland. 5) Hang up your new easter garland and enjoy! Easter Garland TutorialFor a complete list of the best DIY Easter decorations, click here.

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