Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Preparing for Easter: Easter Eggs made of Tissue Paper Mâché

For the younger children this project was more difficult that the gigantic Easter eggs, and they quickly got tired of it because the tissue paper is so thin. But in return, our third oldest daughter joined in and made her own Easter egg.

Instructions for Easter Eggs made of Tissue Paper Mâché

You will need:
This is how we did it:
  • Blow up the balloons until they have an egg shape
  • cover them with the tissue paper and paste: 4-5 layers
  • let dry
  • burst balloon with needle, pull out carefully
  • tie string on matchstick or tooth pick and put in hole to hang up
Here are tissue paper and water balloons available.

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