Recently I posted about my whimsical Gnome-Themed Easter Tree, and the DIY Gnome Ornaments I made for it. I also created some really adorable toadstool ornaments out of plastic Easter Eggs for my tree, because you can’t have gnomes without toadstools, right? These brightly colored Spring toadstools are inexpensive and so easy to make in just a few steps. Read on for the details!
Paint the bodies of wooden dolls white.
Use chalk pen to make spots on the plastic eggs. Let dry.
To make ornaments or a garland, thread the egg halves onto baker’s twine. There are holes in the top of most plastic Easter eggs!
Glue the egg tops to the tops of the painted wooden craft dolls.
Hang the finished toadstool ornaments on an Easter tree, hang the garland on a shelf or a wall, or use unstrung toadstools as decor around the house or on party tables!
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