Easter Eggs Decoration Tricks #1

Easter Eggs Decoration Tricks #1

1. Choose the elements from the kit.

2. Gesso the surface (It is completely optional as the products are already sanded hence not req )

3. After the gesso dried up I painted the Easter eggs with a single coat of egg shell paint which is the in the kit.

4. For the Nest I applied 2 more coats and left to dry and for the large one I left with one coat.

5. For Decoupage, take a small portion of the tissue paper and apply it on the surface. (Use a plastic wrap to evenly spread, DO NOT use your fingers as it will tend to wrinkle)

6. Paint the remaining of the surface and leave it to dry. Once dried completely apply coats of mod podge.

7. To complete the Egg Nest I Splashed some drops of black paint and then placed it on wood shavings and jute twines.

8. Apply thick coats of varnish/spray as final step.  

 

1. Choose the elements from the kit.

2. Gesso the surface (It is completely optional as the products are already sanded hence not req )

3. After the gesso dried up I painted the Easter eggs with a single coat of egg shell paint which is the in the kit.

4. For the Nest I applied 2 more coats and left to dry and for the large one I left with one coat.

5. For Decoupage, take a small portion of the tissue paper and apply it on the surface. (Use a plastic wrap to evenly spread, DO NOT use your fingers as it will tend to wrinkle)

6. Paint the remaining of the surface and leave it to dry. Once dried completely apply coats of mod podge.

7. To complete the Egg Nest I Splashed some drops of black paint and then placed it on wood shavings and jute twines.

8. Apply thick coats of varnish/spray as final step.  

 

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