Decorating Easter Eggs: Egg Shell Mosaic

Monday, March 31, 2014

Decorating Easter Eggs: Egg Shell Mosaic

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Here is a simple and fun way for kids to decorate Easter Eggs.

Decorating Easter Eggs: mosaic eggs

Beautiful Mosaic Easter Eggs

Use a plain or dyed blown out egg (see how to blow out an egg here) as the base.

Use leftover shells from peeled dyed hard boiled eggs. We use our hard boiled eggs for egg salad or deviled eggs. (do not the skin between the shell and hardboiled egg)

Use Modge Podge and a paint brush to coat your egg. Add egg shell pieces around your egg. You can add an additional layer of Modge Podge on the top to protect the egg & add shine if you like.
TADA! You have a beautiful, unique, and fun Mosaic Easter Egg.


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