DIY Paint Chip Easter Egg Garland

This DIY idea is pretty brilliant, I’ve got to say. Go to Home Depot or Lowes (or your home improvement store of choice). Pick out your favorite paint chips in pretty rainbow hues. Cut into cute little eggs, fashion them into a garland with a bit of string and make the Easter bunny happy. Oh. All for about $0. Like I said – brilliant. Check out the tutorial on Modern Parents Messy Kids to make your very own.

{Photos + tutorial from Modern Parents Messy Kids via Ohdeedoh.}

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Too darn cute! What a fun idea!

Super cute idea… hope the home improvement stores don’t catch on. ;-)

SUCH a great idea! So festive!

Oh my goodness, that’s the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!!

This is adorable! I see things made from paint chips and usually they just aren’t this cute. I lvoe this paint chip project!! Thanks for sharing!

Many thanks for featuring Modern Parents Messy Kids.

I hope you all enjoy the project and if you get caught by the home improvement police – we never spoke ;)

Cat

I am in love. I NEED to do this for my 3yo’s easter party. I will give you full credit!! Beautiful!

Saw this over at The Finer Things and had to pop over and say how cute this is. I love to use paint samples for little projects and crafts all the time… will have to add Easter Garland to the list!!
marcie@madebymolliesmom.blogspot

This is such a clever idea. I love it…absolutely!

This is so cute : ) I just did a post on my blog about a paper egg garland. At the end of it, I included a few pics and links to some others that I found inspiring. This is one of them!

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this was so easy! I ended up using grosgrain ribbon for mine since i didnt have string:

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What a great idea! Thanks for sharing. I just pinned it!
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