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  • Debbie Whatley

    easter egg nest with papier mache

  • Camille Schmidt

    Easy bird nests for Easter decorating!

  • Martha Turner

    Papier Mache bird nests

  • Rachel Greiner

    Take a page from the grade-school activity book with these delicate candy dishes, made using shredded brown lunch bags and sheets from an old dictionary. You can also use these nests to corral your decorated Easter eggs. Step 1: Tightly cover a small bowl with plastic wrap, then flip the bowl upside down on wax paper. In another container, mix equal parts water and clear glue. Step 2: Dip handfuls of shredded paper into the glue mixture, then immediately lay them on the bowl until it's covered. Step 3: Lightly press dry paper strips along the outside to create a "nesty" look. Step 4: Let dry for 12 hours; carefully pull the wrap off the bowl and away from the nest.

  • Ashley Rivera

    Paper Mache Bird Nest

  • Cindy Wilsey

    Feather your nest with papier-mâché Take a page from the grade-school activity book with these delicate candy dishes, made using shredded brown lunch bags and sheets from an old dictionary. 1. Tightly cover a small bowl with plastic wrap, then flip the bowl upside down on wax paper. In another container, mix equal parts water and clear glue. 2. Dip handfuls of shredded paper into the glue mixture, then immediately lay them on the bowl until it’s covered. 3. Lightly press dry paper strips along the outside to create a “nesty” look. 4. Let dry for 12 hours; carefully pull the wrap off the bowl and away from the nest. Read more: Easter Crafts for Kids - Easy Easter Craft Ideas for Kids - Country Living

  • Lisa Silecch Sanders

    Papier Mache Nest - Easter Ideas - Country Living

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