How to Make a Wool Wrapped Egg
If you’re looking for an alternative to a chocolate egg this Easter, why not have a go at a wool wrapped egg? The amount of love and time gone into them is easy to see, and they are just as beautiful – without the calories!
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- Masking tape to sit the egg in to craft
2. Continue to wind the wool on and paint Mod Podge over the top as well. You will need to wait for this half to dry and then turn the egg over to complete winding the wool on.
3. Apply brown wool to make branches. Use plenty of Mod Podge to do this.
4. Put a dot of Mod Podge into the middle of the flowers and glue them to the brown wool branches as shown.
Top Tip!…Put the flowers onto the joins of the branches first and then scatter them intermittently along the branches.