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Best Ways to Dye and Decorate Easter Eggs

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Before starting off on your Easter egg decoration project, you will require scissors, tapestry needles, some sort of adhesive, paintbrushes and bamboo skewers. You may also need to use egg cups or extravagant baskets to stand your eggs in once they are prepared. The easiest way to paint eggs is to make a mosaic example on them. Paint a base layer of any solid color and afterward paint small squares or geometric shapes over the base coat. You can use colors like gold and silver to add additional sparkle to the example. You could also stick on different colored squares on top of a base coat.

For enormous sized eggs, you could use stencils of stars or leaves and create a pretty example. You could also give your eggs a bejeweled appearance by using sequins and rhinestones. Paint your eggs a solid gold, copper or bronze color. When the paint has dried, stick on the sequins and rhinestones on the eggs. For best results, use adornments stick. You could also cover your eggs with paper and afterward brush them with varnish. To make these eggs, the best paper to use is slender wrapping paper with any sort of half quart on it. Clandestine the eggs in sections so that the paper looks smooth. When your basic decoration is set up, stick on thin ribbons, braids or trim to finish your eggs. You could also fold strings of faux pearls over your eggs with the assistance of paste to created a pearled look. These decorative Easter eggs also make great gifts.

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