It’s no secret, we love clever uses of paint chips here at Curbly, so this Easter-themed DIY project is like catnip for us. Add the fact that the cost is practically zero… I mean, it’s a no-brainer!
This brilliantly clever and easy project come from Modern Parents, Messy Kids, a blog dedicated to providing ideas and inspiration for “raising active and engaged kids”. Using nothing but paint chips and string, you can quickly create a cute, mod Easter egg garland too!
- paint chips in whatever colors your heart desires
- mini hole punch (optional)
This particular project uses Behr paint chips (from Home Depot) because they’re wide and have four colors per card, but you can use whatever paint chips you have. The first thing you’ll do after you gather your supplies is create an egg-shaped template to trace on the back of all of your chips. After you’ve traced and cut out all your eggs, punch two holes along the top and then thread the string through. Choose a spot to hang your garland and voila! You’re done.
For more pics and addtional tips and instructions, check out Modern Parents, Messy Kids.