Easter Sunday is coming soon. On this day, Easter cakes and easter eggs are an absolute attribute of the festive table. To beautifully arrange their presentation, you can make original stands for Easter eggs with your own hands.
From a can and clothespins
Cut a tin can in half (you need a half with a bottom). Using hot glue, peg the halves of the clothespins vertically in a circle around the entire part of the jar. Put cotton inside, or better, tow. Color the wooden elements in any color and tie a ribbon in the middle.
From baby food jars
Wrap the glass jar with corrugated paper and fix the joint of the joint with glue. Stretch the upper edge to make a “skirt”. Tie the neck with a cord, yarn or ribbon. Stick flowers, beads, etc. on the base.
Stand for Easter cake and several eggs
Take a sleeve from a large tape and toilet paper. Thin bushings cut the same height parts, and wide from the tape 5-7 mm higher. Decorate them with corrugated paper or cloth. Glue the blanks on the cardboard sheet - wide in the middle, thin around. Color the cord over the composition - bottom (2 turns), top (1). Put cotton, yarn or tow inside.
Cockerel from a plastic cup
Divide the disposable container into 4 identical parts and cut to the middle. Turn these pieces a little out. Draw a contour of the chicken (head / body) on one strip and trim the excess. Cut the opposite part into 3 strips (tail). Cut the side into 4 strips (wings) and bend them diagonally so that each catches the next. Cut the beak / eyes out of the colored paper and stick it on the chicken’s head.
From a paper bobbin
Take the toilet paper sleeve, cut in half and glue the bottom to the halves. Paste over with colored paper or paint. Scissors on top of the cylinders shape the grass or crown.
Corrugated Paper Flower
Cut the sleeve into 4 equal parts. Glue the corrugated paper around the circumference, but so that the edge is 2 cm higher than the bobbin. On the outside, stick layers (4-6 pcs.) Of corrugated paper so that each layer is slightly lower than the previous one. Stretch the edges (add splendor) and tape over the bottom.
Roll up a small towel to make a tourniquet. Fold it in half and insert an egg inside the fold. Fix the towel on the diameter of the egg, and fold the rest half in half and fasten in the middle with a ribbon or rubber band. Get a muzzle and ears of a hare.
Reusable from fabric
Cut out squares of linen, canvas or burlap to completely cover the egg. Dilute in 100 g. water 1 tbsp. l starch. Cook until thickened. In the cooled mass, soak the fabric blanks. Then put them tightly on the bottom of a flat glass and leave to dry. In the middle, wrap with satin ribbon or twine and carefully remove the glasses.
Disposable Cup Baskets
To the middle, cut the plastic dishes into strips 5-7 mm wide. Glue the cardboard handle inside. Bend the strips diagonally inward so that each next clings to the edge of the previous 2.
From cocktail tubes
Take the bobbin from the tape. Cut the tubes into pieces (25-30 pcs.) Just above the base sleeve. Tape the blanks tightly around the base in a circle and tie in the middle with a cord, tape or yarn.