This year, spring is making an early appearance where I live and I’m excited to start pulling out the Easter decor. Since Easter is only a little over a month away, I thought I would get started on Easter crafts by making a few baker’s twine eggs. These small wooden eggs covered in baker’s twine are great for Easter decor – especially if you make enough to fill vases or apothecary jars!
This craft was inspired by the baker’s twine pumpkins Angie shared last fall. Baker’s twine is quite popular for gift wrapping but it can be used for some much more, especially in home decor.
Supplies needed to make your own baker’s twine Easter egg craft:
To make the eggs, I began by applying a small amount of Mod Podge to the bottom of the egg and allowed it to dry for a few minutes (this helped keep the twine in place before I began wrapping the eggs).
I then wrapped the twine around the egg, making sure to press the twine down along the way to avoid gaps. Once I finished wrapping the egg, I used a small amount of Mod Podge to glue the end of the twine down.
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Crystal is the crafter and writer behind apumpkinandaprincess.com. She’s a wife, SAHM and crafty blogger who spends most of her days trying to balance all three roles while still squeezing in time for crafting. She enjoys creating on a budget and taking something from blah to fabulous with quick and easy tutorials. She is passionate about living a creative lifestyle and loves sharing a variety of DIY projects, paper crafts, and recipes.