Today’s post is all about Easter eggs from Jenn over at Ever After in the Woods, enjoy!
Are you looking for a new way to create Easter eggs this year? Get crafty this spring with these stunning egg projects. They will definitely make a visual impact this season.
My name is Jenn Powell and I blog at Ever After in the Woods. I am a city girl that found myself transplanted into the middle of the woods. I love great recipes, awesome DIY and beautiful craft projects. Come on over and check it out! I can also be found on Pinterest Facebook and Twitter. I hope you enjoy this Easter egg craft.
Hard boil white eggs and let cool completely.
Place super fine glitter (I used metallic) in a shallow dish.
Using a paintbrush, brush a thin layer of Elmer’s glue onto the egg.
Roll the eggs in the glitter to cover completely
** Note – I did one side at a time with the glue/glitter steps.
Hard boil 9 white eggs and let cool completely.
Label plastic cups 1-9.
Put 1-cup boiling water and 2 TBSP white vinegar in each cup.
Starting with cup 1, put one drop of food coloring into the cup. In cup 2, put two drops of food coloring into the cup. In cup 3, put three drops of food coloring into the cup. Continue adding the drops in the subsequent cups.
Carefully place one egg in each cup and allow to steep for at least 5 minutes.
Place in an empty egg carton to dry.
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