Brighten up a bunch of plastic eggs by decoupaging them with colorful paper napkins ($3, Target) and Mod Podge ($7, Amazon). Plan on using 3-4 napkins per color section. When you've decided which napkins to use, cut them into 1-inch squares (eyeball it; don't measure).
Working an egg at a time, use a small paint brush ($4 for a three-pack, Amazon) to lightly coat one section of the outside with decoupage. Layer on the napkin squares and apply a thin coat of decoupage. Continue overlapping the squares to cover the egg completely. Brush on a final coat of decoupage over the entire egg to seal the paper and set aside to dry according to package directions. Repeat until you've decorated about 45 plastic Easter eggs.
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