Lovely Quilled Paper Easter Eggs


Lovely Quilled Paper Easter Eggs

Lovely Quilled Paper Easter Eggs
Lovely Quilled Paper Easter Eggs

Add a stunning look to your Easter decorations when you create these Lovely Quilled Paper Easter Eggs! The beginner holiday craft is a fun and relaxing project that everyone will enjoy.

From the blogger: "Quilling paper is a fun and relaxing activity and with the finished circles, you can turn plain Easter eggs into beautiful eye catchers. The quilled paper circles give the eggs such interesting texture and make them a very unique decoration. These eggs are really easy to make, but it will take some time until they are completed. Any paper can be quilled for this project, but the scrapbook paper used for these eggs had a white center and that adds the soft look to them."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts



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These are really pretty. It is hard to believe that these are just covered in coiled pieces of paper. I guess depending on the color paper you could have a collection of eggs to match the decor of your home or just something to give to a loved one.

Quilling was a art project we would do way back in elementary school. We would wrap strips of magazine pages around toothpicks and create beads. We would then make jewelry. Similar but not the same

I love these quilled Easter eggs even though it says this is time consuming I believe they are well worth it. These eggs would look great in a basket or bowl as a centerpiece or desk or even your office desk. I have never done any quilling but this looks so easy and this blogger uses scrapbook paper and foam eggs. With Easter and spring right around the corner it is a great time to start some now.

Quilling is so much fun and relaxing just like adult coloring pages. In addition to being easy and very affordable, you create impressive artwork like these Easter eggs and many other projects I have grown to enjoy.

This is so pretty. I have never seen it done before on eggs. I have quilled a few things and it is not hard at all. It reminds me of when I put curls in that narrow ribbon on Christmas packages. It's inexpensive, easy and pretty. That's all you need in a DIY project.


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