Decorate your Easter table with beautiful blooms by gluing floral-patterned paper napkins to ceramic eggs.
How to Make Napkin Decoupage Eggs
What You'll Need:
Floral paper napkins (we used ones from partycity.com), scissors, Elmer's glue, foam brush, blown-out or ceramic egg ($1.30 each; crackerbarrel.com), small roll of tape (optional)
- Cut flowers or desired design from paper napkins. If using 2-ply napkins, peel away the thin white paper backing from the cutout napkin pieces (this will make it easier to glue them to the egg).
- Use a foam brush to apply glue to half of the egg, then press a napkin flower on top and cover with a thin layer of glue. Add more napkin flowers, one by one, making sure you brush the top of each with glue.
- Place the half-covered egg on the roll of tape and let dry for about 15 minutes, then repeat for the other half of the egg. When completely covered, set the egg on the roll of tape to dry overnight.
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