Supplies & Tools
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Now that you have a few sheets of Duck Tape® fabric, create an Easter egg stencil on cardstock. Then, trace the Easter egg onto the Duck Tape® fabric and cut it out. Repeat this step to make enough Easter eggs to cover the wreath.
Now it's time to decorate! Use a craft knife and a cutting board to create different shapes and patterns with Duck Tape® to use to decorate the Easter eggs. For these eggs, Elizabeth created created a zig zag pattern, dots and waves.
Next, wrap the wire wreath frame with some duct tape to attach the Easter eggs onto.
Then, create a wreath hanger with Duck Tape® by folding a piece of tape to create a strip, then tying a loop with the strip to attach it to the back, top of the wreath frame.
To attach the eggs on the wreath, fold a piece of duct tape to create a double-sided piece of tape and attach it to the back of the Easter eggs and onto the wreath.
Finally, once you place all of the Duck Tape® eggs onto the wreath, find a space to hang this colorful piece of Easter décor for all to enjoy.