Fabric Covered Easter Eggs

Fabric Covered Easter Eggs

Wow, I just looked at the calendar to realize we only have four weeks until the Easter Bunny visits {how did that happen?}! Time to break out the pastels and get ready for spring and some sunshine…I am so ready!


Thought I would share some fun fabric wrapped eggs. A very simple, quick and low cost project with endless decorating possibilities!

Start with your basic plastic eggs found any and everywhere and some scrap fabric.
I used pinking shears to cut my fabric in 1/2 inch strips. You can use regular scissors as well – I just like the little detail the pinking shears give to the fabric edges.
Start at the base of your egg and dab a little hot glue to the end of your fabric strip to hold in place. Slowly wrap your egg making sure you overlap the edges – this helps keep any fabric that sticks out laying flat. Continue to wrap until your egg is completely covered.
I used a combination of fabrics for some variety.
The possibilities for these little guys are endless.

Add some to a bowl ~ Wrap a candle stick light with coordinating fabric…

and you have an adorable little light to welcome spring! Enjoy!


  1. So very sweet. Puts me in the mood for Easter for sure!

  2. These are very cute. Much nicer than the plastic!! I’ve got to go dig out my Easter decorations and get busy.

  3. Adorable! I have a bag of plastic eggs that I bought last year on clearance. I guess it’s time to get them out and bring on some spring! Thanks for linking up.

  4. These are absolutely adorable! What a great idea! So many possibilities!!
    Thanks for sharing!

  5. Oh these are so pretty. I made some of those years ago, I should really make some more. YOurs are just lovely. Hugs, Marty

  6. These are lovely! What a great idea:)
    Rebekah {All Thingz Related}

  7. So cute I love the candle stick idea too! Going to try some tomorrow! Thanks Vicky

  8. How cute!!

  9. SO sweet! love it!

  10. Those turned out really well. I like how you pinked the fabric edges. Thanks for linking up!

  11. When I saw your link I thought “I would probably never do this” but when I saw your eggs I changed my mind! Those are so cute! I would love to have you join my Mclinky party Favorite Things Friday the 19th if you are interested!

  12. PS One of my best friends is named Stephanie Lynn 🙂

  13. Very cute idea I love it.


  14. I love it! What a great use for all of the plastic eggs :).

  15. So cute! Love the Spring floral fabric. I featured you on my blog http://ificould-ificould.blogspot.com/2010/03/fabric-covered-easter-eggs.html so I can share your fantastic tutorial with more people. You can get a featured on button at this link http://ificould-ificould.blogspot.com/p/featured-sites.html
    Thanks for your great ideas, can’t wait to see more of your site!

  16. So pretty! I featured these in my Friday Favorites…http://www.laniejandco.com/2010/03/friday-favorites-31210.html ~Lanie

  17. Sweeeeet! Love your take on this! I’m so inspired to make some rustically pretty eggs this year now. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing yours on SNS!
    FJ Donna

  18. I love the sweet fabric that you used. Thanks for sharing your idea! It looks great!

  19. Awesome! Following you from Funky Junks Saturday Nite Special!
    Come by for a visit!

  20. Aww, this is so cute! Thanks so much for sharing, I’ll be linking.

  21. These are really darling! I am really starting to get in the mood for Easter decor, and I might have to give these a try! Thanks for sharing.

  22. I’m so glad to see this idea. I was wanting do something with fabric and those plastic eggs.

  23. Cute cute! I love the fabric covered eggs and how you have arranged them is even better!

    Great job!

  24. I was going to do something similar to this in the next week or two! They look great!

  25. This is DARLING!! I think I am going to try this today!! It will be perfect with my Easter centerpiece. Thank you!


  26. Such a great idea!!!

    Come and visit my Easter Decor Inspiration Party here…

  27. Gorgeous! What a super idea!

  28. Very pretty… I love the little light idea. Gosh I have one of those from Christmas that I bet I could refashion…thanks for the idea.

  29. I have featured your cute eggs on my blog. If you like,come by and grab me featured button at Veronica’s Korner. http://veronicas-korner.blogspot.com/

  30. Hey girl,
    Those are so cute! very pretty eggs. I’m so glad you joined the Easter Roundup!
    Happy Easter!


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