Fabric Easter Eggs

Easter is one of my favorite holidays. It's bright, cheery, and there is always a lot of sugar! Every year we blow out dozens of eggs and decorate them and keep them year after year. It's so fun coming up with new ways to decorate. This is our first batch of Easter eggs this year and we decided to cover them in fabric and I LOVE them! Scroll down for the tutorial.

Fabric Easter Eggs

What you need
1" squares of fabric (I got mine in the dollar bin at Joanne's Fabric)
Mod Podge
Paint Brush
Real blown out egg

1. Blow out a real egg and wash and dry.

2. Cut your piece of fabric into small 1" x 1" squares.

3. Gently brush a layer of Mod Podge onto the egg and lay down your first piece of fabric then carefully brush more Mod Podge on top of the fabric square.

4. Continue brushing Mod Podge on the egg and adding more fabric until the egg is completely covered. Let Dry.