Need some last minute Easter decor (that won’t break the bank)? I came across some super inexpensive plastic easter eggs at Target- $2 for 50- and knew I needed to make something fun with them!
First, when looking for plastic eggs, I recommend buying ones with little holes in the top an bottom of the eggs, since we will be threading them onto a string.
I used thick yarn and a big embroidery needle. I tied off one end of thread onto the needle and started threading each egg individually- unless you are crazy coordinated it is easiest to crack them open, thread, and then put them back together.
I made one long string, and then doubled it up as a swag and hung it under a pretty spring bouquet on the pallet I keep on my front porch- the backside of my worn wood baseball flag pallet (like the burlap flower cone? I sell them in my Etsy shop!).
I love how fun and festive this egg garland is! And how incredibly easy and inexpensive it was to make. What are some of your favorite quick holiday crafts?
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