DIY Rose Egg - Easter Egg In My Country
- DIY Craft
- 10 April 2017
Easter is coming, it always reminded me of childhood. At that time, every year I attended the Easter egg decorating contest. Egg decorating has become a part of Easter celebration in Indonesia since years ago.
Different than any other countries, in Indonesia egg decorated with paper, ribbons, and beads, and is usually decorated to be people, animal, or plant.
In one egg decorating contest I attended, I decorate the egg into a rose and won the contest! As a child, I was very pleased! My mother was the one who taught me to decorate Easter eggs into a rose, she is a good teacher! If you want to know how to decorate Easter egg in Indonesia, please follow the step by step below:
Crepe paper: red, pink, and green
Toilet paper roll
Wrap egg with red crepe paper, attached with glue
Cut 8 sheets of pink crepe paper into rectangle as picture above, then rolled one corner with pencil.
Wrinkle the paper like picture above by pushing the two side to the middle. Repeat this step to the other corner of the crepe paper
This is the result!
Attach with glue all the wrinkled papers to the egg like picture above.
This is the result. It is look so beautiful!
Cut five sheets of green crepe paper as the picture above, to be the leaves.
Attach with glue four sheets of green crepe paper as the picture above.
Prepare one toilet paper roll, cut 3 cm length.
Attach with glue one sheet of leaf to the toilet paper roll, then put the rose egg to the top of the toilet paper roll. Done!
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