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Easter Ornament Ideas

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Christmas is not the only holiday for which you can make delightful ornaments to decorate your home or office. This is a guide about Easter ornament ideas.


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March 22, 2010

With some firm felt, paint, and ribbon, you can make multiple egg decorations all at the same time.

Approximate Time: 1 hour



  1. With the felt flat on the table, use an egg shape to trace them in a row.
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  3. IMPORTANT: Do the top of the egg for the first, then the bottom on the top, and mix and match them like that for the length of the row.
    What this does is makes every other egg the same and they don't all look alike.
  4. DO NOT MAKE MY MISTAKE. I used felt markers to draw the lines, and it came through some of the yellow ribbon. If you are good with lines, you really don't even need them. If not, measure down the side of the felt and just go from one mark on the left to the same mark on the right.
  5. Put some tacky glue on the lines, and put the ribbon down. Do all the ribbons at the same time. I used the tacky glue bottle like a rolling pin and that helped to get the ribbon down onto the felt.
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  7. When the ribbons are done, I turned the felt upside down and laid some books on it for about 15 minutes.
  8. When the ribbon is set, get a good handle on the proper pressure on the glue. That is why I suggested buttons, as the paint can be tricky. If you are good at it, just make the dots across the open spaces between the ribbon.
  9. They require about 30 minutes to dry. You can make a sample dot next to the egg shape so you can test that one.
  10. You can do some fancy paint or button work on the ribbons, too. You can see that I did this on the yellow because the felt pen came through, even with two layers of yellow. Live and learn.
  11. When all is dried, cut the shapes out and either use them like a hanger and use a hole punch to loop ribbon and hang from windows, or other high places. You can make them smaller and put pin backs on them, as well.


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March 25, 20100 found this helpful
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Well I think you just did a fabulous job with these, even with the yellow ribbon, you made it okay by putting a design on it. These are so adorable. Thumbs up from me!

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March 22, 2018

I decorate my living room window for each holiday. These are so simple, easy and "sort of" fast. Just a few steps and you can decorate any window like this one!


Total Time: 1 hour prep, 3 hours dry time.

Yield: 24 forms, 12 eggs


  • 12 pieces bright fabric of your choice ($.25)
  • scissors
  • 1 egg shaped template
  • 1/8 cup homemade Mod Podge ($.10)
  • foam brush
  • hole punch
  • pen


  1. With fabric scraps about 5" by 7", make sure the fabric pieces are together and using the template, cut 24 eggs. As you can see by the photo, I was able to cut 4 layers of fabric at a time.
  2. When all the shapes are done, I ironed them before stiffening with the mod podge.
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  4. Home made mod podge is 1 cup glue and exactly 1/3 cup water. I used foil sheets to protect the ironing board and for ease of removal when the glue had dried. With a foam brush, I spread glue on the egg shapes and went away for about 3 hours.
  5. When the glue has dried, the fabric will be like paper. You can cut it without fraying, and it will remain stiff as long as it's kept dry. I peeled the eggs off the foil and laid them on the ironing board.
  6. Now this is just what I did, but you don't have to. My neighbors see the other side of my window so I wanted each egg to be unique. I matched the front of one to the front of another but at the end of the row of eggs. Flipping the other one over so the front shows, each egg now has a front and a back that are different. With a hole punch, you can match the eggs, facing opposite, and make the hole about 1/2" from the top. If the fabric didn't get enough glue, it might need a bit of help with scissors, but for the most part the hole punch worked great.
  7. I do my window by hanging things from 12 yarn strands. N-JOY!!
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February 9, 2009

Does anyone have ornament ideas for Easter to hang on tree?

Jan from Mosinee, WI


February 9, 20090 found this helpful

This is a great craft for any holiday.
Make an ornament, pin, necklace, earrings, ANYTHING out of this.


You will need these for making ornaments:
uncooked Couscous pasta
wooden shapes of desired sizes
ribbon and/or "rickarack"
acrylic paints
Tacky glue

In a glass bowl, or better yet, a disposable one, combine some uncooked Couscous pasta, and some crafter's glue. Tacky glue works great. The consistancy should be looking like cookie dough, moldable and not over wet. Use immediately before it dries. A good idea to make small batches.

Take plain wooden shapes and cover the front side with the couscous mixture. Use your fingers to pack it down and get good coverage, flattening in out to look "pillow" like.

When it is dry, paint the surface as desired with acrylic paint. Let the front dry, and then paint the back and let it dry.

Use Tacky glue to attach a hang loop at the top, then glue down "rickarack" or ribbon to trim the edges out and hide where the hanger loop is attached.

Let dry a whole two days before hanging.
You can add so many imbellishments to these and they look great!

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By Trix (Guest Post)
February 10, 20090 found this helpful

For Valentine's Day we take white pipe cleaners and my boys string red/pink/purple/clear beads on them (you can use any colour beads, but if you get the kids to sort out the Valentine colours they'll look nicer and the kids will learn their colours at the same time). I then bend the pipe cleaners into a heart shape, tie a red ribbon on the top, and we have a nice ornament to hang up anywhere.

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By Karen L. (Guest Post)
February 12, 20090 found this helpful

Making something with birdseed would be nice to feed wild birds. Just tie pastel ribbons and make bows to suet or a birdfeeder. The little plastic eggs in the mix for more color would be pretty.

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By soyzicks (Guest Post)
February 12, 20090 found this helpful

If you have the time. A very time consuming craft!
recyclers dream
use eggs --->> blow out the inside through 2 holes (1 on top and 1 on the bottom), dry completely

Cut up Japanese rice paper (washi, it must be a heavy type of paper, wrapping paper will not do) into double side picket fence design making sure that the design fits the egg {top to bottom and around -- all eggs are NOT the same size}

wrap around egg
glue pickets down from middle to top and then from middle to bottom (pickets will overlap toward ends of the egg ---->>> with rice glue
dry completely --->> embellishments can be done at this time

cover egg in lacquer or varnish for glossy shine
attach cord hanger from top of egg

Better instructions with pictures:

This craft can be done for Easter or Christmas. Good luck

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By LLivengood (Guest Post)
February 19, 20090 found this helpful

You can buy the glass ornaments at a local Craft Store like Michaels or Hobby Lobby that are egg shaped, use the Delta brand Air Dry PermEnamel Paint. It comes in reglar colors and shimmer colors.Use The Shimmer paint, and paint the eggs and then fill them with twinkle type fill it makes a beautiful egg. I use the same color fill as the color of the shimmer paint. You can also decorate them with rubon transfers.

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February 19, 20090 found this helpful

You can buy both egg and heart shaped glass ornaments for your local craft store like Michaels or Hobby Lobby. Use Delta brand air-dry PermEnamel Shimmers Paint, paint the eggs and I use the tinsel type filler and fill the eggs with the same color that I have painted the eggs. You can also use rub on transfers they work well also.

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February 19, 20090 found this helpful

Here is a pic of the painted easter egg ornaments

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March 14, 20090 found this helpful

Thanks everyone for the great ideas! I will be making these this week.

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