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At Valentine’s Day I shared with you an adorable paint chip heart garland from Grace and Light Studio. As I was making it I kept thinking how perfect the paint chips would be to make multi color Easter egg shapes from. A couple of weeks ago I went and grabbed a few more paint chips and today I got to work.
This is a fabulous project to make with kids!
What You Will Need:
-Paint chips (I made garlands for 2 windows, I cut two eggs per card and had 24 eggs on each garland so I used 24 paint chip cards for 2 garlands.)
-Pencil or marker
-Template for your egg (I searched Easter Egg Template on Google and then lightly traced the egg I found on a piece of paper with a marker on my computer screen… shhh… don’t tell The Hubs. This was the Easter Egg I used.)
Step 1: Collect paint chips.
Step 2: Trace your egg design on the back of the paint chips.
Step 3: Cut out your Easter eggs.
Isn’t this a lovely pile of color!
Step 4: Pick out your embroidery floss color.
Step 5: String them on up.
Step 6: Space your eggs out.
Step 7: Hang the eggs up!
Voila! A quick and easy, colorful Easter decoration!
There are so many possibilities for paint chip garlands! I actually hung the Easter egg one in the same place that I hung this heart garland but the weather is dark and gloomy right now and I can’t get a good picture (not that this one is much better.)