My hostess made and gave me a washi paper Easter egg because I spent Easter break in Japan. Fun fact: I had two Easters that year because I flew over the International Date Line on the flight home.
Curious? Me too.
I bought a stack of washi paper from Amazon to play with.
How to Make a Washi Paper Easter Egg
My hostess poked a small hole in the ends of a raw egg and blew out the yolk. Once the inside was dry, she carefully covered the egg shell with decoupage and washi paper. Then she popped it into a wicker basket with paper Easter grass and added a bunny so the egg won't get lonely.
My Easter washi is eeeeeggcelant.
Yeah, I went there.
Need more inspiration? Check out these eeeeggcelant Easter crafts and DIYs!
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