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Decorating Easter Eggs kindyglitz easter eggs

by Eliza McInnes.

 

Materials:

 

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Instructions:

 

Piercing The Egg

piercing the eggs

1. If you would like your egg to last you will need to empty the contents out. Using a drawing pin or nail, pierce a hole in each end of a raw egg .

 

 

 

 

 

emptying the eggs

 

Emptying The Egg

2. Use a syringe to pushor blow the egg white and yolk out of the shell. Once the shell is empty place the egg under running water to rinse the egg throughout. Place back into egg carton to drain excess water.

 

 

 

 

3. Wrap a rubber band 10cm down a skewer twisting around a few times until secured. Once the egg is completely dry, thread the skewer through both holes of the egg. Wrap another rubber band again, as before, at the top of the egg to secure it in place. This will make painting and decorating a lot easier.

 

 

Painting The Egg

painting the eggs

4. Using a sponge roller paint your base colour coat on the eggs using Matisse Background Colours, this will give an even coat without brush marks.

 

 

 

 

finioshing the eggs

Decorating The Egg

5. Decorate with contrasting Kindyglitz and Kindyglitz 3D colours.

 

 

 

 

 

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