I told you I really liked making these Easter eggs out of paper mache and you might say I've gotten carried away with them but there are so many different possibilities that I just can't stop.
This is my last hanging egg for this year and I got a little bumpy with it but I like the way it turned out.
There are only three steps to making this egg:
1. Use Adirondack dabber to dab on the paint color of your choice. I used wild plum from Cutters Creek.
2. Spray with gloss acrylic spray to give a shine and seal the egg.
3. Add half pearls in various colors and sizes. I used purple ones but you can use pretty much any color you would like. Cutters Creek has some great self adhesive steal blue ones that would look pretty on most any colored egg.
Leave the ribbon on or hot glue ribbon on for looks or hanging and you're done!
Hope you enjoyed this quick step by step tutorial and I look forward to showing you more of my creations in the future.