Finally, guys, it’s the last type of Easter eggs my good friend Elizabeth and I tried our hands at this year.
I think these may be my favorite, though. (Anyone keeping track on how many times I’ve said that?)
But how can I not love these? They are made from dictionary pages!
It’s super easy, too. And a great way to reuse some of those older, faded, or cheapo plastic eggs the Easter Bunny likes to hide Hershey’s kisses in, am I right?
To make these, we just ripped up some pages of a dictionary into little pieces.
Then, we used a paintbrush to paint each piece, on one side only, with Mod Podge.
Place it on the egg, press it down firmly, and give it another coat with the Mod Podge as needed.
I’m sure you could do this by painting both sides of the paper before placing it on the egg, but this way worked better for us, and kept more Mod Podge on the egg and less on our fingers, which is a plus in my book.
Also, it doesn’t really matter what kind of Mod Podge you use here. You could actually probably just use any clear-drying adhesive and it would work just as well.
Then, just keep going until the egg is all covered. Easy-peasy. And how cute, right?
Plus, you can still use them to give kids candy. They have to look underneath instead of inside!
And they look so much more unique and cool compared to how they looked before!
Which of these Easter eggs has been your favorite? What kinds of eggs did you guys make this year? Maybe just hard-boiled, deviled, or scrambled? That’s totally fine, too!