15 DIY Paper Mache Eggs
Paper mache eggs look great for décor. They can give a funky look to otherwise dull and plain interiors. Making them is easy as they require very simple ingredients. Add to the excitement by involving kids as this piece of craft work doesn’t need any special training as such.
Ring in the fun of Easter by making these quirky paper mache eggs. All you need is torn pieces of tissue paper, balloons and glue mixed with water for this fun project. Large balloons will suit the hanging decorations.
These cute eggs are of chirpy design. Made with easily available materials such as small water balloons and tissue paper, they can hold a generous amount of candy and toys. Kids will love to tear open the eggs to find the surprises waiting for them inside.
Children will be delighted to have this scrappy egg as their Easter gift. You will need a balloon pump for this project. Better not try to blow up the water balloon yourself.
Kids love playing with dino eggs. They hide the camouflaged eggs securely and ask their friends to search. If anyone succeeds, he is rewarded with yummy prizes tucked inside the gigantic eggs.
Paper mache eggs have their roots in the German tradition. Their original use as candy boxes dates back to the 19th century. Today they serve varied purposes as gift boxes, hanging ornamentations and party favors.
This colorful set of paper mache eggs is decorated with confetti. Kids are going to go crazy with fun while doing this project.
Make your next festival or holiday party memorable with these quaint paper mache egg boxes. Although the activity might turn out to be a bit messy, these egg boxes are far better alternatives to the plastic ones. They come in handy for storing knick-knacks as well.
Fans of Games of Thrones can gear up for giving shape to some exciting eggs for the holy season.
Let your table centerpiece consisting of these unique paper mache eggs speak volumes about your creativity. Whether there’s a party at home or not, this cheery set can uplift your mood anytime.
Attaching strings to these unfinished styles of paper mache eggs will make funky ornaments for interior decoration.
You will have a gala time making this fun project involving paper mache. Use your imagination and add some bling if you want to for party décor. Have some useful tips handy as you are going to be flooded with questions about how you made it. Click selfies with your creations and post online to let the world know of your admirable craft ventures.
Published on September 9th 2015 by Peyton Derrida