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Polka dots on Easter eggs are kinda blowin' up right now, so I had to give it my own try. These were so easy to make. Materials needed: Mod Podge, basic hole puncher, colored paper, q-tips, brush
I found this great pattern paper (k1 memories at Michaels) that I could use to punch all of my colored polka dots. Then I just dipped the q-tip in the Mod Podge and made random dots over the egg. Place paper dots wherever your mod podge is. Let dry.
Once the dots were dry, I used a foam brush to paint one layer of mod podge over the whole egg. Done and Done.
Does is get any easier?