Here's my egg-y entry...They are still Easter eggs, just a different way of spiffying them up
My 6th grade teacher taught me how to do this. I make a few every year. Just a few, they are time consuming and a tiny bit tedious.
What do you need?
a hole punch
good ol' elmer's glue
step 1: punch out lots of little dots until you get carpal tunnel...
step 2: glue dots on the egg
step 3: glue dots on the egg
step 4: glue dots on the egg etc....
tips: I think it's easier to start on the skinny end of the egg...not sure why, about half way the dots like to lay better going that direction. For gluing I always use a piece of scrap paper and make a puddle of glue and dip each dot in individually. Be patient...overlappi
ng each dot and trying to keep them lined up takes time, but the end result is better.
ideas: I've always wanted to do this with sequins, but just never have. A new idea I had this year was to use one of those ginormous eggs they sell and use bigger dots. I may wait until closer to or after Easter to try to get those on sale...I'm cheap.