Ready? Let’s start with the supplies I used:
- Happy Little Easter by Quirky Twerp, In The Meadow by Nicole and Monica and Kelleigh Ratzlaff’s Easter Egg Basket Template.
- Epson Premium Matte Photo Paper
- Mod Podge
- Glitter Glue
- Glue Dots
Ok, now that you’ve got the tools you need, go ahead and open up photoshop! You can use just plain rectangles to create your egg holder or you can create a curved shape like I did just to spice things up a bit!
Now it’s time to cut out your templates or rectangles! I used some funky scissor edges for some added effect! You can also print a duplicate layer of parts of your egg holder then cut it out and adhere it to the holder to add an awesome 3-D effect!
Next, use glue dots or any other choice of glue and start wrapping up your holders!
Now that you have them all assembled it’s time to start adding embellishments!!! This is my favorite part can you tell?!? I used some ribbon, glue and rhinestones……
Last but certainly not least, I made a cute little basket out of Kelleigh’s Easter Egg Basket templates! I thought it would be cute to display in my house along with my Easter egg holders!
Kelleigh’s templates are easy to use and the directions are very easy to understand as well. Just pick the paper/papers you want to use, add them to Kelleigh’s template, and then print and cut out.
Here is what it will look like:
And here is the final product! Aren’t these cute? They are perfect for the whole family to do and the kids will love displaying their eggs!
Thanks for reading along with me and I hope you enjoy making these as much as I did!!