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11 Ways to Transform Plastic Eggs into Pretty Spring Decor!

I made a bright an colorful wreath out of plastic Easter eggs this weekend. And it got me thinking about other ideas to transform those cheap, plastic eggs into pretty decor.

Check out 11 great ideas you’ll want to try today…after the break!

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  • Decoupaged Fabric Eggs 1 of 11
    Decoupaged Fabric Eggs
    I decoupaged fabric around plastic eggs a couple of years ago and ever since then I have been thinking of more ways to transform plastic eggs! I've compiled a great list of ideas, including these decoupaged fabric eggs.
    Learn more at tatertots & jello
  • Robin’s Egg Wreath with Nest 2 of 11
    Robin's Egg Wreath with Nest
    I love the bright robin's egg blue in this fun wreath ... complete with nest!
    Learn more at UCreate
  • Crocheted Egg Tutorial 3 of 11
    Crocheted Egg Tutorial
    While a crocheted egg seems like a difficult project, it's not. Check out these step by step directions!
    Learn more at The Pink Woobie
  • Mod Podged Book Page Eggs 4 of 11
    Mod Podged Book Page Eggs
    I love the character of these Mod-Podged eggs -- covered in pages from a book. For extra points, find something seasonal!
    Learn more at Dear Lillie
  • Yarn-Wrapped Egg Wreath 5 of 11
    Yarn-Wrapped Egg Wreath
    The textures and colors in this wreath are so fun and interesting. You have the wreath shape, the eggs, and then the texture and color from the wrapped yarn. Check it out!
    Learn more at The Sweet Survival
  • Wrap Twine Around Eggs for a Completely Different Look 6 of 11
    Wrap Twine Around Eggs for a Completely Different Look
    Want a more organic look? Try these twine-wrapped eggs!
    Learn more at Thrifty Decor Chick
  • Cover Plastic Eggs in Tissue Paper and Hang in Groups from the Ceiling 7 of 11
    Cover Plastic Eggs in Tissue Paper and Hang in Groups from the Ceiling
    I love this combination. The tissue-paper-covered eggs are bright and visually interesting. But then they're hung in groups from the ceiling -- an unexpected and delightful decorating idea.
    Learn more at Better Homes and Gardens
  • Make Faux Robin Eggs 8 of 11
    Make Faux Robin Eggs
    I love these almost-real robin eggs. They're not hard to make -- read how!
    Learn more at The V Spot
  • Washi Tape Eggs 9 of 11
    Washi Tape Eggs
    Washi tape, how I love thee. Check out these fast and easy ideas for using Washi tape to add a new and colorful twist on plastic eggs.
    Learn more at Craftaholics Anonymous
  • Make Crackled Eggs 10 of 11
    Make Crackled Eggs
    I love the detail and ornateness of these eggs. Try these yourself and put your own special spin on them.
    Learn more at Alisa Burke
  • Mod Podged Plastic Eggs with Tissue Paper 11 of 11
    Mod Podged Plastic Eggs with Tissue Paper
    Now here's a great way to put three spring craft ingredients together into a new and tasty recipe. You'll just need plastic eggs, Mod Podge, and tissue paper -- in whatever colors you prefer!
    Learn more at Choose to Thrive

Check out my Tatertots & Jello blog for more information on how I made my Washi Tape Easter Egg Wreath!

xoxo

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