|Supplies for Making the eggs: Plastic Easter Eggs, Paint Brush, Mod Podge & an old book|
|Step 1: put down 1 layer of mod podge on one side of the egg, don't do the entire egg because by the time you get to the other side it will have already dried, just work one area at a time.|
|Step 2: Place a piece of paper on top of the layer of mod podge|
|Step 3: "paint" a layer of mod podge on top of the paper|
I love how they turned out, very vintage-ie looking. I decided to use a few of them and make a Easter wreath. Below are my supplies. I bought THIS wreath at walmart- it was only $3.50! i bought the hydrangea at hobby lobby a long time ago and then i used ribbon i had and embroidery floss i had. Even if you bought all the supplies its still a pretty inexpensive wreath considering all the cute ones i see are $30-$40.
|My supplies for my wreath: grapevine wreath base, embroidery floss, silk hydrangea, ribbon & the eggs|
|My finished wreath!|
|A full photo of my Easter Shelf Decor. I added the eggs in with my apples and into my cute porcelain egg crate|