Thursday, 21 March 2013


              Easter is fast approaching....

        How would you like to have eggs that glitter??

Here is an Easy Peasy tutorial for glittering eggs.

Here is what you will need:

large sytrofoam eggs          $ store
craft paint of your choice    $ store
glitter                                $ store
paint brushes or sponges
glue (I used good old Elmers )
styrofoam tray ( I recycled one for the meat)

First you are going to insert a toothpick into your eggs.

That makes it easy to hang on to while you paint.

Next paint all your eggs.

Then stick the toothpick into the overturned tray.

Let them dry completely (couple of hours)

Now you are ready to apply the glue.

Again holding onto the toothpick paint on glue

Now on another plate( I used styrofoam) take your 
bottle of glitter and shake onto the glued egg.

Once completely covered stick the toothpick back into
the tray and let dry overnight..

Place them in a glass bowl, stand back and admire!!

That's it!!   Wasn't that Easy Peasy!!!!

Now rush out to the $$ store and buy all your supplies

and show me your pretty gorgeous eggs.

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  1. Linda those look so pretty! My youngest would LOVE them!!

  2. I have to make some of these glittered eggs! So cute!


  3. Terrific! I made something similar using round balls and gold glitter at Christmas. So easy and yet so dynamic.

  4. Great easy idea, Linda...
    Great craft for me and a few years!!hhaha!
    I must get some of my bunnies some fresh flowers and try to make this place look more spring-like!!
    Usually my front planter would be full of forsythia and pussy willow sticks, pansies and assorted daffodils and tulips...
    Unfortunately my Christmas stuff is still frozen in time!!!!

    Oh well...this is Canada, eh??!!

    Enjoy your weekend...we are off for a drive to the lake today...and some thrifty shopping!!!

    Linda :o)

  5. Another cute crafty project you've done!

  6. Thanks so much for linking up to ITS PARTY TIME! I shared your gorgeous glittered eggs on G+! Hugs, Clydia @ Three Mango Seeds

  7. so fun! i really want to make these

  8. Those are beautiful. I did some this year on the paper mache' eggs and was able to do 3 crosses on a hill. Checkerboard. Stripes. Flowers.
    Takes a little longer, because you have to change colors, but were really pretty too.

  9. These are SO cute and EASY! Love it!

    I would love for you to link up to a new party I am hosting with four other bloggers, Give Me The Goods Monday! Your links will show up on five blogs! You can go here to link up:

    Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof

  10. Your eggs look great! I did this last year and found that they looked so much better than the already glittered eggs that you could buy at the dollar store etc.

  11. These look awesome! I love glitter anything so I am all about making these lol. I am your newest follower from 'The Scoop' blog hop.

    Justina @