There are so many different great springtime crafts to do with kids. One of my favorites is actually from days gone by. Bakers twine Easter eggs are so easy to make using just a balloon and some glue. With the Bakers twine of course! Such a fun DIY that’s perfect for spring decorating.
DIY Bakers Twine Easter Eggs Using A Balloon And Glue
I have fond memories of making various holiday related crafts with my mom when I was growing up. It was always such a fun time and great opportunity to spend time together. As a kid I made these string Easter eggs with my mom. A classic craft that the next generation can enjoy.
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How To Make Bakers Twine Easter Eggs
DIY Bakers twine Easter eggs are a unique spin on the classic string eggs!
What you’ll need:
- Bakers twine
- 8 oz school glue
- 1 cup water
- Mixing bowl
- Wax paper
What you’ll do:
Step 1: Blow up a balloon in an egg shape. Don’t overfill as you want to make sure the balloon doesn’t get too round. Knot top of balloon.
Step 2: Tie Bakers twine to top of the balloon. Wrap balloon in Bakers twine. There’s no rhyme or reason for how to do this. Just wrap all around, up and down in all directions. Use as much twine to achieve the desired look and coverage. After wrapping, tie end of twine to top of the balloon.
Step 3: Pour 8 oz school glue into mixing bowl.
Step 4: Combine 1 cup water into mixing bowl with glue and stir well.
Step 5: Dip string covered balloon in water glue mixture. Making sure to cover balloon completely with the water glue and saturate string.
Step 6: Repeat. se different color twine on different balloons to create lots of fun looks!
Step 7: Place balloons on wax paper to dry.
Step 8: As balloons dry turn them to make sure all sides dry all the way around.
Step 9: Allow twine to dry fully.
Step 10: Pop balloon with needle and pull balloon residue out through one of the holes.
It’s that easy to make these DIY Bakers twine Easter eggs! Perfect for Easter decorations!
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