Quilled Easter Eggs

Quilled Eggs Tree

Keeping with tradition, once again my niece (14 years) and I used a different technique to decorate eggs in blue and white for Easter. This year we quilled paper and glued it on the eggs with tacky glue. My niece painted the eggs blue this year. (We dyed them blue the other two years).

A few years ago, I gave my niece the Klutz Twirled Paper book for a birthday gift. She loves quilling. We decided to create quilled pieces for the eggs. It was my first time quilling so she taught me how to do it. We used some of the patterns and directions from this page by Chica and Jo.

White Cross

White Cross Quilled Egg

Blue Bunny

Blue Bunny Quilled Egg

White Duck 

White Duck Quilled Egg

Blue Flower with Stem

Blue Flower with Stem Quilled Egg

Round Blue Flower

Round Blue Flower Quilled Egg

White Flower with Stem

White Flower with Stem Quilled Egg

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18 Responses to Quilled Easter Eggs

  1. beautiful! and blue & white is my all-time favorite colorway. what’s not to love here?

  2. brejniak says:

    Such a lovely idea 🙂

  3. bentodays says:

    Lovely! So beautiful!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Excellent!

  5. mtetar says:

    How lovely they all are. Be Blessed, Mtetar

  6. Janet Rörschåch says:

    Wow. Quilling brings back memories of girl scout camp. Beautiful idea. What a great way to spend some time with your niece.

  7. Me says:

    I think I like these the best compared to the last few years ones! They make great Easter decorations!

  8. Di' says:

    I love the quillings and the colors.

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