What is that curious sound in the garden?
Is it the singing of tiny voices I hear?
Why yes, it is indeed.
Singing flower heads!
And guess what?
They are free, and printable.
And bonus, I made them just for you.
Despite my eye swollen shut and mad sneezing from allergies (which hasn't happened in years), I still managed to finish a little Easter gift, from me to you.
Printable Easter egg wrappers, yay!
Simply CLICK HERE for your free printable pdf.
Give the pdf several seconds to open.
I just used everyday printer paper for mine.
But you can use anything you want, such as card stock.
Then just cut them out and stick the bands together on the back with tape.
Easy as pie!
And what a cute treat for egg recipients, don'tcha think?
You can also use them to wrap around plastic eggs.
Or doll them up even extra with paper and glitter as you see below.
These are elfin Easter egg wrappers.
Click here to access those below, which I shared in the past.
And for even more to add to your collection, here are the littles below.
Which I made a while back.
I think I need to print these all out myself and really doll all my Easter eggs up.
Click here for the, Cutie Paper Puppet Head Egg Wrappers, below.
If you are interested in making your own cascarones...
What are cascarones you ask?
Basically hollowed out and washed eggs, that you fill with glitter and mostly paper confetti.
That are then decorated.
Traditionally broken on people's heads for fun in Mexico, during Easter.
Anyhow, if you are interested in making a doodled version of your own...
Simply click here for the tut below.
And, last but not least....
If you would like to make a cone cascaron, which I grew up with, and sparkle it up all pretty, click here for ideas and tips.
There you go.
Lots of Easter treats for you.
Now, I want to chat some more, but I have tears streaming out of my silly allergy eyeball.
The right one.
It's a sorry sneezing, non stop for 10 hours sight, haha!
Hope you love your new flower head egg wrappers!!