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Getting creative for Easter

Firstly I wanted to wish you all a Happy Easter. I’m looking forward to enjoying some chocolate this weekend are you?A little while ago, I picked up some Easter crafts and thought I’d share them with you and hopefully inspire you to have a go yourself.

So for this craft you will need an object to cover such as these cardboard shapes which are really inexpensive & can be found in craft shops as well as Ebay. You will also need some Decoupage paper, which I’ve found the cheapest place to purchase being Hobbycraft & lastly some pva glue or some Decoupage varnish, both of which work well.

The first step is to tear or cut up the paper into smaller pieces. Personally I prefer to tear as I prefer how the different sizes look. You then need to add some glue onto your object and put the paper on top, before adding a coat of glue over he top to seal it. You then need to do this until your object is completely covered and once dry, you should end up with something similar to this…

What do you think? It’s such an easy craft to do that is suitable for all ages.

27 thoughts on “Getting creative for Easter

  1. This is a wonderfully simple craft with colorful results, and a very fun Easter feel to it. I think this would be a great activity to do with kids too. šŸ™‚

  2. This is so easy to make. When I first saw the picture, I thought it was a cookie šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚. I love the DIY tho, perfect for kids

  3. Love this! I love a good craft session alone or with the children in my family hehe. I love crafting for other seasonal occasions too! It’s a great way to be creative and keep occupied, especially during isolation. Crafting is a great way to stay upbeat during this hard time.

    Thanks for the fab post lovely šŸ™‚

    Stay wonderful!

    Louna x

  4. Aah I love crafts! I think the furthest I’m going to go this year though is some Easter baking and maybe colouring!

  5. Flora and I LOVE decopatch crafting, it’s so therapeutic and the bonus is you have something really lovely at the end of it. Your post has reminded me we have a stash of goodies in our cupboard left over from Christmas so I think this week might be the time to dig them out. And yes, I agree, tearing beats cutting any day! xx

  6. This is such a cute idea. When I was younger my cousins and I used to make Easter bonnets out of tissue paper and paper plates. haha

  7. Your idea is amazing, I am glad I found it, and will definitely use it for Easter next year! Amazingly creative idea, you can easily handmade yourself at home!

  8. I love this type of craft, something simple that you can make your own and really pretty. My daughter loves them…will soon be time to start looking for Christmas ones šŸ˜‚

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