Hello! It’s Jessica here from Decor Adventures. I’m so happy to be back again with a creative and easy project for you to do this spring season. I’m usually a fall person, but find myself very excited for spring this year. It’s nature at its best and so I thought some natural texture would be a perfect connection to the warm days ahead. Jute wrapped eggs are a twist on the traditional dyed eggs and can decorate your home well past the Easter season.
- Jute – Some people say you can find this at the dollar store, but you can get it at a craft or home improvement store too.
- Plastic eggs – I got mine at the thrift store for only $1.00. Now is a perfect time of year to find spring craft materials.
- Glue gun and glue sticks
First, you’ll hot glue the two sides of the eggs together, assuming you have the plastic ones that come in two parts. This is to keep the egg together so after you’ve done all that work to wrap it, it doesn’t break open. Put a bead of glue around the one edge, then close the two sides together. Read more