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DIY Strawberry Blossom Craft
I love strawberries. They are my favourite fruit and I really love eating them all year round. When I lived in New Zealand strawberries were really expensive. Seriously. The supermarket prices were through the roof and so we would buy them on the side of the road direct at a cheaper price.
Now I live in the UK we are blessed to have supermarkets like Aldi where I can buy a bunch of strawberries for a real good price and they taste so good. Today we have a fun and easy to make Strawberry Egg craft, perfect for summer fun with the kids and as a unique Easter egg idea.
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What You Need
Let’s Make It
Paint the wooden eggs red. You will need to give each egg 2-3 coats of paint. Allow the paint to dry completely. Download the template and print out. Cut the template out. Trace the leaves of the strawberries onto various shades of green cardstock. Cut out.
Trace the flower onto white cardstock and the blossom vines onto green cardstock. Cut out. Glue the leaves onto the top of the strawberries, adding 2-3 layers.
Cut a long thin strip of green cardstock and roll up. Cut it into one inch pieces and bend and twist them a bit. Glue them onto the top of the strawberry leaves.
Use a black paint pen or black permanent marker to draw seeds all over the strawberry.
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