Easter Egg Specimen Art

Happy Monday everyone! 
I hope you had a lovely weekend. 
Did you manage to get creative this weekend?
I actually squeezed in a little time this weekend to get this little project done.
It is so easy and a quick project. Plus, it is cheap! 

Here is how you can make it yourself.

-Silhouette (if you don’t have a silhouette, you could use a cricut machine or use fancy punches as well)
-Scrapbook Paper
-Double Sided Tape
-Frame (I bought this frame at Wal-Mart and it already had the burlap wrapped center piece)

Can’t find this frame at your local Wal-Mart, just use any frame and a piece of scrapbook paper to mount all the eggs too! 

Cut out your eggs using different scrapbook paper. Plus cut out a little chick as well.

I just used all my scrap scrapbook paper, perfect use for all of it (tell me I’m not alone in the giant stash of scrap paper I have?!) to cut out all the eggs.
I cut two eggs from each piece that I picked to use.

Then I just played around with the placement of all the eggs.
Once I was happy, I just used double sided tape to stick them in place. I wanted to be able to reuse this frame and burlap piece in the future so that is why I chose tape but you could glue it down if you want to keep it for a long time.

And that’s it!!

How quick and easy is that?!

And this little guy that popped out of his egg is my favorite! 🙂 
This frame actually came with a twine string attached to it already so if I want to hang it I could do that as well!

I seriously love how this came out!
And it only cost me $3 for the frame because I already had everything else I needed!

Cheap, quick projects make me happy when I have so many other things going on around my house!

You Might Also Like

  • Stephanie Abbott
    March 10, 2017 at 12:15 am

    That has got to be the cutest Easter art ever! Love it. Will add to Pinterest queue and share on FB.