DIY Easter Eggs Decorations

DIY Easter Eggs Decorations


Hi guys, it’s Tammy and my magical husband,
Seth. And we’re here for our Easter Egg video. So today we’re going to show you how to make
personalized Easter Eggs to match each family member with things around your house. What
you’ll need first, is you’ll need some construction paper, in this case I used white and yellow
some pipe cleaners to match your hair, markers, tape, rubber cement, and scissors. With the
white construction paper, you’ll want to cut out a strip. Next, you’ll want to color your
outfit. In this case to match the outfit I’m wearing now, I drew blue strips on the paper.
And all you’ll need to do is turn the strip around, tape it and put your egg inside. Next,
you’ll want to make the arms. Just two rectangular strips to make the arms. And with the yellow
construction paper, you’ll just want to cut out two hands easily, you can make them look
like mittens. And just tape your hands onto your strips. Next, you’ll want to make the
hair. Use pipe cleaners and just get creative of however your hair looks. And use rubber
cement to glue on your hair. Put it all together, use the sharpie to draw your eyes, your nose
your lips, and your done! So, this is my little guy. I wrapped little
black paper around it. I got the Seth Grabel signature point. Going on right there, you
see, bam! And what you do, is you take and egg.. and… you just put my face on the egg.
And you stick him right in like that, and you’ve got a Seth Grabel egghead. I’m going
to show you a trick with my egghead. Watch… What you do is you take the egg. You place
the egg inside, just inside the bag. Make sure, watch. And, gone! Completely, completely
gone. Look at that. Now watch. To bring him back. Veola! And that’s the Seth Grabel egg. Ok, next we’re going to do our Baby Grabel.
And since baby Grabel isn’t here yet, we have a little Baby Grabel egg here. The only thing
you’ll need to add for your baby egg, is you’ll want to use pink or blue construction paper
for her outfit, we used a little white strip of construction paper to give her outfit a
little more flair. Simply draw a simple bib, you can get creative and write whatever you’d
like on her bib. We used pipe cleaner for her hair. We cut out a bonnet for the top
of her head. And for a girl, you can create a little bow. Finally, for that extra touch,
you can use a pink sharpie and put freckles on her cheek. That’s how you make a baby Easter
Egg. So I’d like to introduce you to my very favorite
uncle, his name is Dr. Uncle Sweets. Hey Dr. Sweets? You there? Hey, what are you doing
down there? What? Ah! Hello! Nice to see you. So I’m going to show you what to do with a
Dr. Sweets little mini egg! Ok. So, what you do is simply take one of these, take it and
you shape it into my glasses.That’s right folks. Into the glasses. Now this is very
important, because when you do this correctly, you will find yourself a super happy man!
See! Look at what happened: glasses! Yes. Wonderful. Now, for my wonderful wacky hair,
you have a spongebobala. You take it and you stretch it like so, yes, and you stick it
with glue on top of the head. Yes. And with a sharpie, you simply draw my lab coat. Yes.
Good. Oh, what happened to squiggly? Hold on. One minute. We have a squiggly. Squiggly.
I’d like to introduce you to my squiggly friend, Mr. Squiggles. Mr Squiggles. Oh yes. Ah yes.
Mr. Squiggles say goodbye! Goodbye Mr. Squiggles. And that’s how you make a Dr. Sweets eggy
man. See you next time!

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