DIY Easy Easter Project

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Don’t get started on decorating for Easter before you’re done reading this tutorial. Learn in a quick step by step way how to give a unique DIY touch to your home décor and have fun in the meantime. Easter egg made with different strings, which you can use to decorate a vase or bowl, on the table or under the mirror. To achieve this nice piece of ornament, grab these materials:

• small balloons;
• colored string;
• glue;
• corn starch; (Sta-Flo liquid starch)
• (optional) chocolate eggs;

Start with the special mixture. Basically, you mix water together with cornstarch (corn flour) or glue. Then, soak the string in this and then wrap the balloon with it. Oh yeah, don’t forget to blow up your balloon beforehand. You could place some chocolate eggs in it while doing so. Leave to dry overnight.

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Check to see if the string has hardened and when you’re certain it did, pop the balloon. You will be left with a hollow egg made out of string. And a chocolate egg surprise inside. Now you can decorate your home with a bunch of these little marvels of handmade. Put a string through a bunch and hang on the mirror or on a window bay.

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19 Responses to “DIY Easy Easter Project”

  1. kusa says:

    can you tell me which glue is needed?

  2. Vivi says:

    They said craft glue so probably Elmer’s glue would work fine. Also they said cornstarch can be used. I’m gonna give them a shot.

  3. sarah houston says:

    50/50 water and glue or just a splash of water and ton of glue???thanks!

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  6. Bob says:

    You indicated “water” balloon . . but you really just meant small balloon, right?

  7. Bonnie says:

    If you are using Elmer’s glue then add some water to it for Elmer’s is very thick. I’ve made these at school last year with the students and they loved them.

  8. Carolyn says:

    My friend just tried this with Mod Podge. Balloon popped. HUGE mess. HUGE. She posted pictures on facebook. Be careful and maybe work with your hands inside a box in the garage, similar to how you would protect the area when spray painting.

  9. nicnic says:

    What is the best yarn/string to use?

  10. Carol Thompson says:

    Water balloons do break very easily, I’m sure you could use plain balloons.
    Any kind of yarn but I have found that embroidery floss is much prettier and you get a wider selection without have to buy such a large skein, and embroidery floss has a glossier finish to it. We have even thought of doing something like it for Christmas ornaments.

  11. Norma says:

    Hi, when using the cornstarch for glue what quantities should be used? Thank you.

  12. Rosie says:

    Great project though found it really difficult to get a creme egg into the water balloon so used 3 or 4 mini eggs which worked really well.

  13. christine says:

    Woooow!!!! Very-nice!!

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