Spring Glittered Foam Shape Crafts
Glittering Foam Easter Shapes
Looking for a fun spring craft for kids??? We want to help you enjoy this beautiful season together with these glittered foam eggs! This project uses foam egg shapes and will really bring extra smiles to your home during the spring and Easter season.
These Glitter Foam Eggs bring a different way to step up your Easter crafts and decorations. And WOW they look amazing. The best part is that they can be used as so many different things:
- A Wall Decoration
- Use them as Centerpieces
- Hang them for extra fun around the house
- Create a spring themed garland or banner
- Add names with vinyl or Easter dinner place cards
- Create a wreath with the glittered eggs
- And so much more!
If you don’t have any foam egg shapes laying around, that’s okay! You can also use construction paper or foam sheets to cut out your egg shapes to decorate them.As a bonus, we’ve included an Egg and Bunny cut out pattern. But don't stop there. Feel free to add in flowers, carrots, chicks, anything you can think of! I hope you will enjoy this craft as much as we did!
You will need a few basic supplies to get started:
1. Glitter Luv Glitter
2. Mod Podge
4. Plate or bowl
5. Foam/cardstock eggs or other spring shapes (bunnies, flowers, etc.)
Let's get crafting.
Step One: Prepare
If you do not have any foam eggs, you can use any construction paper to cut out an egg or bunny shape (pattern included below).
Step Two: Create
Pour some Mod Podge into a separate plate/bowl.
Dip the brush into Mod Podge and apply to foam egg in the desired pattern. *If using construction paper - apply a thin layer of Mod Podge*
Step Three: Get Crafty
Sprinkle glitter onto Mod Podge.
Allow Mod Podge to dry.
Continue to Mod Podge/craft paint and glitter egg to your overall desired look
Finishing the Look
If you feel like it needs an extra special touch??
Add multiple layers and shades of glitter for extra depth and more colors!
Once your glittered eggs are dried you can add a layer of Mod Podge to the glittered areas of the egg to “seal” in the glitter.
You can embellish the bunny with cotton ball tails, just add a spot of mod podge in desired tail placement and then firmly place cotton ball tail down.