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Tissue Paper Eggs: Complete

Tissue Paper Eggs

April 22, 2011 Sarah Coggins

Since our tissue paper shamrocks in March were so successful with our playgroup, we decided to try a similar craft yesterday for Easter. This time we gave each boy a sheet of white cardstock with an egg outline printed on it. (I found the egg printout here.) We moms added a bit of glue using gluesticks inside the egg and then the boys had fun sticking bits of colored tissue paper to it.

Tissue Paper Eggs: Supplies

My son’s completed egg (admittedly with a few pieces by me – he bored of it before he finished covering the areas where the glue was):

Tissue Paper Eggs: Complete

And a look at our overall fun with all 6 boys …

Tissue Paper Eggs: digital scrapbooking page

Supplies: Simply Tiffany Studio’s 52 Thursday Templates No 9; Karen Funk’s Bloom kit; Sara Schmutz’s Delight papers; Tweet, Tweet Collaboration kit; Miss Mint’s Hoppy Easter kit; Sketch Rockwell & Myriad fonts.


  • Janet April 22, 2011 at 9:16 am
    Such a great project for little ones! Love the layout, too, Sarah!
  • allison c April 22, 2011 at 10:34 am
    what a beautiful scrap layout!
  • Ryzmomplus2 April 22, 2011 at 6:40 pm
    such an adorable project and great layout!
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