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Countdown to Spring Party… Twine’ified Eggs

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Spring is almost here!   And I’m so excited for the extra hour of light tonight.

I made some of these eggs a few years ago… but I need some more for my Spring décor this year.

These eggs are so simple to make.

Here’s what you need…

I start at the bottom of the plastic egg and wind my way up.  I use the cooler hot glue on this project… because your fingers will get glue on them.

Oh how I love twine!

I’ve got some on my mantel…

that I added a splash of acrylic paint to.

And now I’ve got some of the kitchen table.

So how are you getting ready for Spring?  This is an easy-link party… no button or link-back is needed (but of course I’d love for you to do so).

The only rule it MUST BE Spring related!  Share your Spring décor, crafts, recipes, traditions… anything Spring related.

I can’t wait to see what you’re up to… Inspire Us!

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23 Comments

  1. Help, please. I love these eggs but I am currently living in a place I would have no idea where to get a hot glue gun. I don’t have a transformer for my U.S. one. Any ideas, ladies, what else I can use to attach twine to plastic. Thanks

    1. Andrea ~ You could try white glue or whatever type of glue you have available. I’d think it will slide easier since it won’t dry as quickly, but it’s worth a try.

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  3. I love the twine wrapped eggs. I recently wrapped a Styrofoam ball, but may have to try these as well. I also linked up a St Patty’s day post. Hope that qualifies as spring.
    Thanks for hosting and sharing!

  4. Love the party!!! I was wondering if you had a button for it that I could add to my blog…I could be blind and just have missed it. 🙂
    Thanks for the great party!!
    Denise

  5. Those twine eggs are so so so AWESOME! I was just wondering how I could make something using plastic eggs, except I don’t like how they look. . . . glad you’re so smart 🙂

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