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Damask Easter Egg Tree!

This year I wanted to keep my Easter Decor simple and purdy, as well as have it match and go with my home decor and color scheme. So I made some Modpodged Damask Easter Eggs. 😉
HOW TO: I started with brown paper eggs from the craft store. I used damask tissue paper from Walmart and damask napkins I got early last year at Target. I picked out some ribbon I had in my stash and cut the tissue paper and napkins to size. I added modpodge to the eggs and then rolled the eggs onto the cut tissue paper and napkins. I then modpodged over the napkins and tissue paper. TIP:  You will either want to wash your hands off between modpodging your eggs or keep a damp cloth near for wiping your hands off on. Your hands get messy and they stick to the napkins and tissue paper, and you don’t want it ripping. I also painted two small eggs just white acrylic paint and glued ribbon to them as well. After all the eggs were dry I hot glued different ribbon designs to the eggs with loops for hanging on the tree. P.S. my inspiration came from my own modpodged damask napkin balls I made last year HERE.

here is a small one.
one small egg is hanging out with Mr. and Mrs. Hare
and one of the large egg is hanging out with Mr. Rabbit.
you can see two of my modpodged napkin balls on the table too.


I am linking up with Somewhat Simple for SYS Thursday HERE  Tatertots and jello for Weekend Wrap Up Party HERE and My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday HERE and Blue Cricket Design for Easter Egg Hunt Party HERE.

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26 thoughts on “Damask Easter Egg Tree!

  1. I love that tree! Love the black and white and the moss in the jar. very elegant! I’m not a fan of the pastels for easter so this is perfect!

  2. I saw something in damask the other day and thought of you automatically!
    So dang cute!!! I wish I had your secret to clean house, dinner ready, crafts done…you need to keep me informed!!!

  3. These are really cute! I haven’t used Modpodge in my crafting much, but you’ve inspired me to give it a try. Thanks so much for posting this up on Tip-Me-Tuesday!

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