Approximate Time: about 40 minutes.
I made 6 all of different pastel prints. Have fun.
By Janet from Long Island, NY
By Jan Lee
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I remember making these as a child, but they were Christmas ornaments. We used styrofoam balls. A few tips to add: we used nail cuticle sticks (they're wood sticks with a slanted tip on one end & a pointed tip on the other) to push the fabric in. Insert a paper clip into the top to act as a hook. There is really no set size or template to use. Just random squares or other shapes of fabric. I've seen some pretty intricate ones that actually formed a design though. Draw on the styrafoam and follow the pattern if you want. This is a great, inexpensive way to use up scrap fabric or clothes you would have otherwise thrown out.
Cute idea! How much fabric do you cut for each egg? Do you use a template? Thanks in advance.
What a fantastic idea! With the price of eggs, and most people throw them out afterward, this is crafty and green at the same time!
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