For April, Earth Day, and Easter I decided to create upcycled Easter egg suncatchers. All you need is a few items and lots of sun. I love things that sparkle when the sun shines through them. Plus they look cute hanging in your window when the relatives come over for Easter!
- thin cardboard boxes
- gold spray paint
- tissue paper in spring colors
- hole puncher
- mod podge or glue
- I used cereal boxes to draw out egg shapes. I also drew the swirls using the thin cardboard. Create diagonal line or zig zags, you don’t have to stick with swirls.
- Spray paint the cardboard pieces and set aside to dry.
- Once dry add shapes with tape or glue. In my case I added my swirl shapes.
- Tear tissue paper into pieces.
- Glue tissue paper together onto cut out egg shapes with liquid glue or mod podge.
- I hole punched a hole in the top of the egg and hung them with ribbon.
- Hang them in the window!
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