Use music paper and decoupage to DIY these adorable music note Easter eggs. Follow this tutorial to make a unique Easter egg craft this spring.
It seems like every egg decoration craft under the sun has been done… and done again. I love making decoupage eggs, because the options for patterns and colors are endless. For this craft, I actually used scrapbook paper that only looks like sheet music. I simply could not bring myself to cut up real sheet music!
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Here’s what you will need to make these DIY Music Note Easter Eggs:
- plastic eggs (I have used these ones for several crafts)
- Mod Podge
- paint brush
- music note scrapbook paper or sheet music
Tutorial: Music Note Easter Eggs
Cut your music paper into small triangles and strips.
Apply a thin layer layer of Mod Podge to a portion of the egg. Then apply a small triangle of paper to your egg. Cover the triangle with another thin layer of Mod Podge.
Using layers of Mod Podge, add strips and triangles of paper to the egg. Repeat until the entire egg is covered. Fair warning: your fingers will probably get a little messy when you make this craft.
Set the egg on a protected surface. Then allow the egg to dry completely.
My Music Note Decoupage Easter Eggs:
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