Easter Egg Wrappers

Easter Egg Wrappers ~ I started making Easter Egg Wrappers a few years ago. I love making them because they are easy to make, fun to decorate and you can put all sorts of eggs in them. I often will put plastic eggs in them because you can hide stuff inside, like chocolate eggs. However, decorating Easter eggs is so much fun, so we do that too. Last year we dyed the eggs, which was really fun but a little more work than I thought it would be.. especially when you have a 2 year old involved. hehe

Easter Egg

How to make Easter Egg Wrappers:

Supplies:
– Scrapbook paper
– Embellishments
– Scissors
– Pencil
– Glue or stapler
– Hot glue gun

Instructions:
Step 1: Make yourself an egg wrapper template or search for one on Google. Step 2: Cut it out, trace it unto your scrapbook paper and cut the scrapbook paper. Step 3: Wrap your wrapper into the desired size and staple it into place. (You can use glue if you prefer, however I like the look of the staples PLUS it’s stays put right away.) Step 4: Take out your embellishments and glue them onto your wrapper with your glue gun. (Make sure your embellishments are not too heavy or your wrapper will tip over all the time.)

Egg

Place your eggs inside your wrappers and you’re done!

Easter Egg Wrappers

Pretty cute and easy, right? I find them so cute!!
If you liked this simple Easter Tutorial, you’ll probably enjoy this Easter board too:

Have you started your Easter Crafts and Decorations yet?
What have you created so far? Do you craft with your kids?

Have a FANTASTIC Day!

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