Twine Tied Eggs

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Twine Tied Easter Eggs

Are you ready to decorate some eggs? Let’s get crafty people! Easter colors and crafts are my favorite. This quick and easy DIY tutorial is so fun. A pretty inspiration using Baker’s Twine to decorate pretty Easter Eggs!

Twine Tied Eggs by Smart School House #Easter

For this project, you will simply need some hardboiled eggs and some twine, which can be found at your local craft store. I also saved the egg carton to display them in, but that’s optional of course!
Twine Tied Eggs by Smart School House #Easter
Step 1: Hard boil some eggs
Step 2: Tie a piece of twin around the eggs horizontally
Step 3: Tie another piece of twin around the eggs vertically
Step 4: Add a pretty little bow!
Twine Tied Eggs by Smart School House #Easter
Twine Tied Eggs by Smart School House #Easter
Twine Tied Eggs by Smart School House #Easter
Twine Tied Eggs by Smart School House #Easter

Here are more pretty inspirations for you this spring:

Footprint Rocks

Kelly Dixon

Welcome to Smart School House! I’m so glad you are here! I’m Kelly Dixon and my website is designed to inspire your creative side. I hope you visit us here often!


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35 Comments

  1. Too cute! A very cute surprise every time you open the box. And faster than painting too. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I liked the Twine Tied Eggs. I am a little tired of dying eggs every year. I did it for my kids when they were and now I’m doing it for grand kids. Even if I dye some of the eggs, I could still tie them with twine. What a great conversation piece. thank you BL

  3. this is so good im going to do it myself although im going to die the eggs first how pretty in a bowl arrange for easter

  4. These are SO SUPER CUTE! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. LOVE! Twine makes everything so pretty, don’t you think?!

  6. These are so cute! Love how pretty they look just by adding some twine. Definitely doing this for Easter!

  7. Winner of the cutest egg ever award! Sharing these on my FB page later today and of course pinning then searching for bakers twine in all these fabulous colors!
    Kelly

  8. oh my! these are just the cutest little eggs! Visiting from Shabby Creek link party and your newest follower! Love your photography 🙂

    xo,
    Lo

  9. Supper cute! Super easy too. Love those two things in one project ! Thanks for sharing.