As always, this craft is fast, inexpensive, and super fun! I covered Easter eggs with squares of polka dot cotton fabric to create a patchwork of colors, perfect for decorating with. I picked up a large container of plastic eggs (the kind you stick candy in) for under $5, and got plenty to fill Easter baskets and do a few crafts and activities with. The fabric quarters I picked up at Jo-Ann's Fabrics, so I had them in my stash.
Plastic Easter Eggs
Polka dot fabric quarters or remnants
Egg carton and waxed paper for drying
- Cut polka dot fabric into 1-inch squares using pinking shears.
- Apply Mod Podge to plastic eggs and press on a square of fabric. Continue to apply squares, slightly overlapping each other, applying Mod Podge to the edges to lay fabric down flat.
- Continue until the whole egg is covered. Let dry on waxed paper laid onto an egg carton,
- Once dry, apply a thin coat of Mod Podge over the outside to seal, then let dry completely.
Now go check out all the other amazing Spring Craft Blog Hop hosts and see what they've been up to! We have 19 co-hosts who are all excited to host this successful craft blog hop and are excited to see your crafts! Feel free to link up any Easter, Mother's Day, or Spring crafts on our longest Hop of the series! The hop runs until May 25th, so you have plenty of time to add your projects.