DIY: Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop

March 20, 2018

Learn how to make a Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop and add some whimsy to your holiday festivities

It’s that time of year when the interweb is full of beautiful Easter egg tutorials. Paint ’em. Dye ’em…or in the case of this tutorial, make them out of paper and smash them against the wall! Today I am deconstructing the traditional notion of Easter eggs and creating an incredibly easy to make fried egg Easter brunch backdrop. You can create this project in less than an hour, which gives you more than enough time to whip up you delicious brunch menu.

The real stars of this fried egg Easter brunch backdrop project are the mini honeycomb balls! Adding them to each “egg” gives you the perfect “yolk” as well as the perfect bit of dimension. Here’s a look at how easy these are to make for yourself!

Learn how to make a Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop and add some whimsy to your holiday festivities

You’ll need:

Learn how to make a Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop and add some whimsy to your holiday festivities

STEP ONE:

Cut a wavy oval shape from the white cardstock. Have fun with this. Each “egg white” should be slightly different. There’s no wrong way to do it!

Learn how to make a Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop and add some whimsy to your holiday festivities

STEP TWO

Add the honeycomb ball to the white cardstock. One side of the honeycomb ball has an adhesive strip on it. Use this adhesive strip to adhere half of the ball to the cardstock. Then use your tape runner to adhere the other half of the ball to the cardstock.

Learn how to make a Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop and add some whimsy to your holiday festivities

Learn how to make a Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop and add some whimsy to your holiday festivities

Learn how to make a Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop and add some whimsy to your holiday festivities

Your Easter brunch is going to be a SMASH, friends. Get it. And now, I suppose there’s really only one way to end this post:

That’s All Yolks!

3 thoughts on “Fried Egg Easter Brunch Backdrop”

  1. I looove this. So cute and quirky and it looks great! Now I want a pink wall at that.. 😛

    May I share one of your pictures (with a link back to you, of course) in the Easter crafts compilation blog post I’m working on?

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