Easter Make & Take – Egg Decorating for Adults
Not interested in the staining dyes or messy paints, but still want pretty eggs to display this year? Come join us for April’s Make & Take class, Washi eggs! These may be a little more time intensive than our previous projects, but just as easy.
The decorative paper is called Washi paper, and it’s similar to scrapbook paper but a little thicker. The paper is cut in a special way to wrap around the egg without too much bulk keeping the top and bottom from looking pretty. The paper is glued on, and once dry, coated with layers of varnish to make it much sturdier than a normal egg. This makes these eggs great for Easter hunts (reusable!), Christmas ornaments, or year-round decorations!
Since the eggs need to dry between certain steps, this class will be a two part class, taught by Sherry. The first class will be Saturday, April 8th, 1:00-3:00pm. The second part will be Sunday, April 9th, also 1:00-3:00pm.