DIY Easter Paper Egg Holder

 Easter is almost around the corner and  your crafty fingers are tingling but you don’t quite know what to do?  Well, here is a fun, easy, and quick  Easter egg holder project for you to try. Though it is a paper project,  you don’t really need to work your way through piles of craft supplies or manually cut and glue millions of little pieces of paper together. This one is a Cricut and papercraft combination and the results are unbelievably cute. One look at the supercute duk or sheep, and you know you’d want to make this stuff!

 It is rather easy too.  In fact, if you like the pictures, you don’t even need to go about locating the designs. I have them all listed out, along with tips to make it quicker and easier for you. It just involves your Cricut machine, some printing and putting it all together using just glue. There is no paint work required and it is a completely mess-free sort of a project.  Another good thing is that  there is no wait time involved.  So you don’t really need to complete one part of the project, then wait until it dries and then work on it again. Here, you just assemble the cut out design and your final product is ready in no time. If you’re not convinced, check out the video and you’ll know exactly what I am talking about!

Supplies that you will need for this project:

Designs on Design Bundles:

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Cricut Access:…

Some of the supplies I used you can purchase on Amazon:

Cricut Maker

Neenah Creative Collection Specialty Cardstock Starter Kit:

​ Recollections Cardstock Paper, Essentials 20 Colors – 200 Sheets:

Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, Assorted Sizes: 3 Small + 3 Giant + 1 Jumbo Glue Stick

Cricut Standard Grip Mat, 12″x12″, 2 Mats:

Cricut Tools, XL Scraper:

Cricut 12-by-12 Adhesive Cutting Mat:​​

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