featuring guest authors; crafting tips and projects; recipes from food editor and sleuthing sidekick Cloris McWerther; and decorating, travel, fashion, health, beauty, and finance tips from the rest of the American Woman editors.

Monday, April 4, 2011

CRAFTS WITH ANASTASIA-- POMPOM EASTER EGG

If you craft, you most likely have pompoms leftover from other crafting projects. Today we have another Easter egg project, one that will help you use up some of those leftover pompoms.

POMPOM EASTER EGG

Materials:
1-7/8” x 2-1/2” Styrofoam egg
5mm - 15mm pastel and white pompoms
tacky glue

This is about as easy a craft as you can get. Simply apply glue to the egg. Then glue the pompoms randomly around the egg. Begin at the center of the egg and work outwards toward the top and bottom of the egg. For ease in working, poke a piece of heavy gauge wire or thin dowel to the bottom of the egg and hold the wire or dowel as you glue on the pompoms.

No comments: