Last week when I shared my Mr. & Mrs. Moss Bunny Topiaries, I mentioned that I’d gone on somewhat of a spring crafting binge. So you’ll have to forgive me, but you’ll be seeing quite a few “springy” projects around here over the next few weeks! Today is no exception; it doesn’t get much springier than plastic Easter grass and sparkly eggs, in my opinion! So I combined the two and made this fun Easter grass “egg hunt” sign! It’s kinda cute, right?
Seriously, you don’t need much to make this sign! Here are the supplies:
- Plain wooden sign
- Green acrylic paint & brush
- Easter grass
- Small Easter eggs (I used tiny foam ones and a tiny foam bunny floral pick)
- Hot glue
- Scrapbook paper
- Bakers twine
- Letter stickers
First, I painted my wooden sign with a light coat of green acrylic paint.
Once dry, I applied hot glue to the sign and started placing Easter grass all over it.
After the entire sign was covered in Easter grass, I flipped the sign over and cut the grass. Literally! I didn’t want there to be long, straggly pieces, so I tried to trim all the pieces down to around the same length.
After that, I hot glued my mini foam eggs into the grass, and I added a little foam bunny into the mix for extra cuteness. 🙂
Finally, I made a little bunting out of scrapbook paper that says “EGG HUNT,” and tacked that on to the top of the sign.
Super quick, super easy! My kind of craft! 🙂
The best part of this egg hunt is that nobody gets trampled.