DIY fabric Easter Eggs are not only great decorations, but they last forever. Making them is so fast and easy, you’ll be tempted to make dozens. I think I’ll place one at each place setting for Easter brunch. Everyone gets a party favor to take home.
I purchased a couple “fat quarters” of pale yellow and white quilting fabric. It’s important to get 100% cotton fabric (cotton is much easier to rip). You’ll also need Styrofoam eggs and sequin pins (the very short ones).
Rip the fabric in 1/2 in strips. Trim the loose threads and press so you have nice flat pieces to work with.
Wrap the egg with the strips, alternating between two fabrics. Hold in place at both ends with the straight pins.
Cover up the pins with ribbon or green floral trim. They’re so adorable and you and bring them out every year.