DIY Easter Decorations: How to Make Your Own Easter Egg Garland! by Annie Dillon

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5 years ago

DIY Easter Decorations: How to Make Your Own Easter Egg Garland!

Making Easter egg garland can be a fun and inexpensive activity for the family. Grab the materials, your kids and make a day out of it. It could be your next family tradition! 

You will need: 

  • water balloons
  • Vaseline
  • colorful yarn
  • glue 
  • water

Here's how to make it:

  1. Begin by mixing a 1:3 ratio of glue and water in a bowl. Stir well. 
  2. Blow up several balloons and cover in Vaseline. 
  3. Measure about 2.5 yards of yarn, and place in glue-water, making sure it is well covered.
  4. Squeeze excess liquid from the yarn and wrap it around balloon.
  5. Set on wax paper to dry, rotating it after a few hours. It will need 12 hours to dry. 
  6. Pop and carefully remove the balloon. 

String your eggs together for a charming decoration that keeps for years or just put into a cute basket! Happy Easter!

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Water Balloons $5 & Up
Glue $1 & Up
Vaseline $2 & Up
Yarn $3 & Up

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Meredith Schneider
This would be so fun to do with the kids! Thanks for sharing Annie Dillon !

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