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Have I told you lately how much I love large scale holiday decorations? There is something about the large scale that seems almost like you are in a festive retail display, which I happen to love! Please tell me I’m not the only one obsessed with the seasonal displays hanging above the aisles at JOANN? With Easter approaching, I wanted to go large scale with my Easter egg decorations. So I hopped (see what I did there?!) on over to my local JOANN to grab all the supplies I needed. Then after a little DIY magic, I had the most colorful and festive DIY giant Easter egg wall art ever! Just look!
So cute! Right?!
Materials to Make your own DIY Giant Easter Egg Wall Art:
- Foam core sheets
- Adhesive vinyl in a variety of colors
- X-acto knife
- Adhesive wall mount strips
- Faux flowers for the flower egg (optional)
- Hot glue (for the flower egg)
Begin by drawing out your egg shape on the foam core using the pencil.
Once you have your egg shape, you can use the X-acto knife to cut out the egg shape. Then use it to trace more eggs on the other sheets of foam core. Once you have all your egg shapes, it’s time to decorate them with vinyl. I couldn’t just pick one pattern to make, so I did a few to create an assortment of eggs.
Use the scissors to cut asymmetric pieces of colored vinyl using the scissors, then peel off the paper backing and stick them to the egg like stickers to create a confetti pattern.
Cut strips of colored vinyl and use a credit card to adhere them to the egg shape.
Cut out triangles using a ruler and rotary cutter or scissors. Then paint the foam core pink with acrylic craft paint. Once dry, stick on the vinyl triangles to form your pattern.
For the Happy Easter egg, spray paint a gradient pattern onto the foam core and then use a Cricut vinyl cutting machine to cut out metallic foil vinyl into your phrase. Remove the negative space around the words and then use transfer tape to transfer the vinyl to the painted egg.
The final egg I made was the floral garland egg. To make this one, just hot glue faux flowers to the foam core in a garland pattern.
Once you have all your eggs decorated, use double sided tape or removeable wall mount strips to hang the eggs around your home to create an adorable and festive Easter gallery wall.
Now tell me that is not the most colorful, spring time Easter decor ever! I’m obsessed with not only how easy these were to make, but how cute they look all grouped together. And don’t forget to check out all the other Easter decorations at your local JOANN store when you grab the supplies to make your own DIY giant Easter egg wall art!