How to Make Washi Tape Easter Eggs
Easter is quickly approaching so I thought it would be fun to share a recent DIY I created. Last year, (yes you heard that right) I planned on making these Washi Tape Easter Eggs to display on my kitchen table. I bought all the supplies, put them in my office, and I got majorly side tracked. It was only over a year later, once I recently organized my office space that I remembered I had all the supplies to make these Washi tape egg designs.
I hate when I buy stuff and forget I even own it! I’ll go shopping, get these awesome deals and then the stuff just sits in a bag or I forget I even own it. I really need a better system and a more organized plan. Surely I cannot be the only one out there with good intentions, but an overloaded schedule?
Anyhow, I wanted to share this easy Easter craft because it involves no dyes, is kid-friendly, and it can be done on any type of eggs. If you use fresh eggs just be sure you boil them for 15-20 mins and they are completely dried before adhering the Washi tape.
To make the flowers and little “broken” glass looking pieces, I simply cut the tape into 1/2″ + squares and neatly cut them diagonally. Then, I adhered them to create a unique look. Honestly, you can do so many designs with Washi tape and there really is no right or wrong way which is awesome!