My favorite words for a craft!
You'll need...1. Paint the plastic eggs with Mod Podge so you have a nice sticky base (great for kids to do... messy). Extra points if you get Mod Podge on your face! This coat doesn't need to dry before starting the next step :) 2. Cut paper into thin strips (about 1/4") of different lengths.
3. Dip paper into water
4. Stick paper on egg
5. Paint with Mod Podge (The more the better... in between every layer or overlapping strips)
Takes about 20 minutes to dry...
I used a cake platter to display.
I think it looks better with busy paper patterns.
Using tissue paper is way faster.
I wish I would have use more coordinating papers.