easter topiaryA Tough Egg to Crack

Why hide your eggs when you can put them on display? We’re putting a spring spin on topiaries this year with our egg shaped Easter topiary. This Easter project is extremely easy and uses our new Lia Griffith Fiskars tools (available at select JoAnn Stores and online). All you have to do is gather the tools and materials listed below and follow our simple steps. We’ve included two different sizes for decoration coordination. So what are you waiting for? Get crackin! 

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Tools

Materials

Steps

  1. Gather the tools and materials.
  2. Cut or punch out flowers (enough to cover foam eggs completely).
  3. Curl the petals inward using the edge of a pair of scissors or a curling tool.
  4. Stick the wooden skewers or dowels into the bottom of the foam eggs. Paint the eggs and sticks with acrylic paint that matches the paper color of the flowers. Let dry.
  5. Glue the flowers to the foam eggs starting at the top.
  6. Glue the flowers on until the eggs are covered completely.
  7. Cut or punch out leaves. Fold the leaves down the middle and curl outward.
  8. Put green floral foam to fit inside of your planter pot. Cover it with moss or decorative pebbles. Stick in the egg topiary (you may need to cut down the skewer a bit). Glue leaves onto the skewer near the base.

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