Baker’s twine Easter eggs

I can feel it, Spring is just around the corner!  The birds chirping wake me in the morning, last years flowers are starting to bloom, the days are longer and the sun is shining, I love this time of year. (OK minus the kids not wanting to go to bed because of the time change)

I have a plethora of plastic eggs so I thought it would be fun to give them a mini makeover just in time for Spring!

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This craft is super easy, promise!
All you need is a plastic egg, hot glue and some bakers twine.

Grab a plastic Easter egg, dab a little bit of hot glue on the end of your baker’s twine and adhere it to the egg.

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Begin wrapping the baker’s twine adding little dabs of hot glue where needed.  Continue wrapping until you reach the other end. Carefully cover the other end by winding your twine in little circles.  You will have little spots where you can see the egg, just cut a strip of twine and hot glue it, better yet, don’t worry about it! Twine -Wrapped- Plastic- Eggs-for- a -place -setting

These cute eggs are perfect for Easter decor;  fill vases or apothecary jars, display them on your mantel or turn them into a place setting and make your guests feel extra special.  There are so many possibilities!

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I’m sharing this as part of It’s a Spring Thing blog hop, so much Spring inspiration all this week! The best part……. we are ending it with A HUGE GIVEAWAY and Link Party just for you!1922050_10203244200765784_465657843_n

Make sure you visit these amazing and talented ladies for more Spring inspiration!

~ Monday ~

Maryann from Domestically Speaking burlap and chevron table runner

Heather from Setting for Four Spring table decor

Kim from Sand & Sisal tabletop garden

Courtney from French Country Cottage simple Spring mantel

~ Tuesday ~

Jennifer from Town and Country Living Spring farmhouse kitchen

Roeshel from DIY Show Off Spring mantel

Kristin from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia baker’s twine Easter eggs

~ Wednesday ~

Destiny from A Place for Us easy Banana pudding

Angelina from JoJo & Eloise gluten free cream cheese cookies

Kristin from Yellow Bliss Road chalkboard printable and Spring mantel

~ Thursday ~

Mary Beth from Cupcakes & Crinoline Peat Pots with Succulents

Heather & Vanessa from At the Picket Fence key lime dessert in a shot glass

Kristi from Lolly Jane yarn wrapped carrots

Debbie from Debbie Doo’s Spring art on a chalkboard

~ Friday ~

It’s a Spring Thing Linky Party… come share your Spring décor, recipes, crafts and more!

Thanks so much for stopping gin today!

You can find more of my Spring and Easter crafts here.

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