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This easy to make Easter Egg Ensemble
makes a lovely gift or decoration for any room in your house. Designed, by
Debbie Sanz. These Easter Eggs are great to have your kids create. Before you
know it Easter will be here, and it’s good to be prepared with decoration
ideas. You can prepare these eggs ahead of time and won't have to worry about them spoiling, since they are made out of paper.
FolkArt ® Acrylic
Colors - Patina, 2 oz.
FolkArt ® Artists
Pigments™ - Titanium White, 2 oz.
Mod Podge ® Sparkle,
6 paper mache eggs
Cardboard egg container
Fabric in 6 bright coordinating colors with different patterns
Iridescent Easter Grass
1. Paint eggs with
2. Cut fabrics into ½
to1 inch pieces (rectangular shapes or circles, depending on the design).
3. Use Mod Podge to
adhere fabric pieces to eggs, overlapping as you work. Set aside to dry.
4. Give each egg a
coat of Sparkle Mod Podge.
5. Cut egg container
in half, cut off and discard lid. Paint container with Patina. Allow to dry.
6. Use hot glue to
attach ribbon around egg container. Glue bow to center front and Easter grass
to each egg space.
7. Nestle eggs in grass and glue place.