Thursday, April 21, 2011

Sheet Music Eggs

 Here are some more Easter goodies.  I found this idea at Us In Otto and thought I'd share my version of these sheet music eggs.

They're very easy to make with just a few supplies. 
All you need are:
plastic eggs
sheet music
Tear your sheet music into strips.  Apply glue to the strips and decoupage them directly to the plastic eggs.  Easy peasy!
After they dried, I tied some twine around them.

Here you can see I added one of the eggs to a papier mache bowl that I made out of shredded music paper.
{In the April issue of Country Living Magazine}

or...they look cute all by themselves too!



  1. 3rd grade at BSS did that nest from country living! it was SO cute, and really easy. uh, 25- third-graders-did-it-in-an-hour-easy! it was fabulous. and we did curly birds from disney family fun magazine to put in them. yours turned out amazing. so pretty!

  2. Wonderful photos that beautifully complements the tenderness of your post.
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  3. Hello Kathleen! I love your musical eggs! I was wondering if you would give me permission to use the photo for a document I'm putting together filled with children's Christian music for an Easter camp we run at church. Please let me know: Thank you! Carrie