I have a problem. A moss and twine problem. Ever since last Easter when I made a Moss Covered Easter Bunny, I’ve been addicted to all things moss and twine. So this year, I decided to add to my growing collection of twine and moss things by creating Moss & Twine Easter Eggs.
Moss & Twine Easter Eggs
- Plastic Easter eggs or paper mache eggs
- Glue gun/glue sticks
- Moss mat
- Felt pen
Step 1 – Add a dab of glue to one end of the Easter egg and attach the twine.
Step 2 – Add more glue and continue to add twine in a circular motion until the entire egg is covered in twine.
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Step 3 – This is where you can use your imagination and cut out whatever shape you want to decorate your egg. I made a polka dot egg and used the glue stick and a felt pen to create circles on the back of the moss mat. For the giant ‘HOP’, just trace out letters onto the moss and glue on the eggs. Just make sure to reverse the ‘p’.
Step 4 – Cut out the circles.
Step 5 – Randomly glue the cut-out moss dots to the twine egg.
Step 6 – Display!
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