German Glass Glitter Easter Eggs
Do you have a ton of these plastic eggs around your house?
It seems I buy a new bag every year for Easter and I have accumulated way too many! Last week I shared with you my Easter decor here and you saw some of these German Glass Glitter Easter Eggs I have displayed.
Today I am going to show you how to make your own.
Here’s What You’ll Need
Plastic Easter Eggs
90 Grit German Glass Glitter from Meyer Imports
Here’s How to Do It
I coated each side of my plastic egg with a thin layer of Mod Podge. I found it easier to do each side separately and let them dry before I put the egg back together.
Next, I sprinkled the German Glass Glitter over each side being careful not to get any on the ridge that snaps the two sides of the egg together.
Once I snapped the eggs back together, I had to do a few touch ups around the center of the egg. But other than that, this was a really easy and quick Easter craft.