Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

We’re in Easter prep here, and today we decided to create this washi tape Easter egg wall hanging craft! It’s such a cute little kid craft that can be done in less than an hour. It’s a great distraction for kids after school, and a fun way to decorate for the holiday!  What kid doesn’t love Easter eggs, after all?

The main component of this craft is washi tape, which most people have heard of nowadays. It is a decorative paper tape that can be used for all sorts of projects! It’s not exceptionally sticky, so this craft used Mod Podge to make sure the resulting wall hanging was going to last. We’ll stick it in our holiday bin and use it next year once this season has passed by.

As a suggestion, try and use pastel washi tape/scrapbook paper for the best results. Of course you can use any colors/styles you like, but pastel will really keep with the Easter theme!

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Supplies:

Instructions:

Use the white piece of paper and the pen to sketch an egg shape that is at least 9” tall.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Cut out the egg shape and use it as a template to trace the shape on the cardboard.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

On the white piece of paper make horizontal stripes of washi tape and strips of scrapbook paper.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Use the modge podge to apply the scrapbook paper.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Use the paper punch to make about 6 circles.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Use the modge podge to glue the circles in a row along the center of the egg.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Use the paintbrush to spread a thin layer of modge podge over the entire egg and let this dry.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Cut out the egg shape on the cardboard.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Use the glue gun to secure the decorated egg paper to the cardboard egg.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Use the glue gun to secure the string on the top middle of the back of the egg as a place to hang it on the wall.

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

Use a pin to hang the decorated Easter Egg on the wall by the string. Enjoy!

Washi Tape Easter Egg Wall Hanging Craft

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Katie Reed

Katie Reed

Katie Reed is a 38 year old mom blogger from Salt Lake City, UT. She is married to the man of her dreams and together they have four beautiful boys. Dexter is 9, Daniel is 7, Chester is 5 and Wilder is 2. She writes about living with mental health issues while navigating motherhood. Her blog focuses on tips and tricks for moms, information and parenting news, kid-friendly recipes and crafts. She loves to reflect on the humorous side of parenthood and shares the reality of her life, with a "warts and all" attitude.

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