Have you ever thought of decorating your Easter Eggs with beads? Today’s post will tell you how to create a colorful beaded Easter egg.
Decorating Easter eggs with beads is an interesting challenge because of the shape. There are literally millions of patterns that you could come up with to cover your egg. In the end you will get beautiful beaded Easter eggs that will have a unique design.
- You will need:
- small seed beads № 10-11
- two small needles
- and of course an egg
I recommend using plastic eggs since they are relatively strong and will be the most durable. You may also use a hollowed egg, but you need to handle it carefully because the thin eggshell can shatter easily. Hard-boiled eggs are a bad choice for this project since they will eventually spoil and all your work on your beaded Easter egg will be gone.
Ready? Here are the step-by-step instructions for creating your very own beaded Easter egg: