Fabric Covered Eggs


Fabric Covered Eggs


Easter eggs created from real eggs can grow stale easily and they break more often than not. If you are looking to avoid the mess and sometimes stink of displaying true Easter eggs, these Fabric Covered Eggs are the perfect solution. They make amazing centerpieces for Easter dinners, are a great no-fuss way to do an Easter egg hunt, and would make a great Easter basket gift. These beautiful eggs looks like they were created by a professional. Plus, you can display them year after year!

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What a clever idea! Attaching a loop as suggested in the comment below is a great idea! You could also add a ribbon round the center, or a ribbon with tiny rhinestones would be lovely as well. I have found that the tiny cap from a disposable water bottle makes an inconspicuous stand for a single egg, if you wish to display them that way, like for individual place settings, with names, rather than in a basket. Super fun!

I was thinking if, before you cover the egg in Modge Podge, you could attach a loop or string on the bottom of top. Then these could be hung on a tree, or in a garland. Of I was thinking they would be fabulous in a rag wreath!


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