Upcycle Dollar Tree plastic eggs into gorgeous glitter Easter eggs with this simple step-by-step tutorial.
As the first day of Spring is rapidly approaching I decided to upcycle Dollar Tree plastic eggs into gorgeous glitter Easter eggs with just a few supplies!
Let me show you how quick and easy this project is.
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How To Make Gorgeous Glitter Easter Eggs
- Plastic Easter Eggs – Dollar Tree
- Glitter – Dollar Tree
- Mod Podge
- Foam Brushes
- Krylon Clear Acrylic Spray
Start by covering the top half of the Easter egg with a liberal amount of Mod Podge.
This is a messy project and I’m still cleaning up glitter, lol!
But the finished project is worth any mess!
I found it was easier to cover one half with Mod Podge, add a generous amount of glitter and let it dry, then cover the other half.
I used an egg carton to hold them while drying.
Once they are dry, spray them with a coat of clear acrylic spray to seal the glitter.
I plan to make pink and gold ones as well. They come together easily.
Plus I already had the supplies in my stash, except the Easter eggs.
As they are only a Dollar, this is a very inexpensive project to make.
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