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Who said there’s only one Golden Egg?

Paint you some Easter eggs

I found some faux eggs in a carton at Walmart for Easter crafts! So, basically eggs you can decorate without having to actually boil real ones and the hassle of all that, ha! Now, that’s a deal if you ask me! I purchased them and then decided to paint a few to see how they turned out. 

Who said there's only one Golden egg?

What I used

Paint

Gold Spray Paint

Eggs

The Workshop

  1. I painted each egg a different color (some of the lighter colors I chose I had to paint 2 coats). 
  2. Let them dry (Use a blow dryer to help the drying process along if you wish -I always do)!
  3. Lastly, I placed a pair of rubber gloves onto my hands and took the gold spray paint and sprayed it onto each egg (differently) I have never painted eggs like this before so it was really just an experiment BUT I think they turned out pretty cute. 

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, I must admit it’s not the most interesting and creative thing I’ve ever came up with BUT these eggs are still pretty cute and modern-ish so I decided to share anyway. Thanks for being here and supporting me! Love to ALL -Mallory

Live, Love, Create & Share!

Mallory

Happy Easter Spring Wreath Sign

32 year old wife, stepmother, dog mom, daughter, granddaughter, sister, Aunt and friend. Lover of all humans, animals, books, traveling, crafting, painting, photography, learning new things, meeting new people, experiencing new things, listening, sharing, and most importantly, LIVING BY A LOVE ETHIC. “Love ethic” is an phrase adapted by one of my favorite authors, Dr. bell hooks. In one of her books, hooks defined love according to Peck's definition in his 1978 book The Road Less Traveled: love is “the will to extend one's self for the purpose of nurturing one's own or another's spiritual growth” (as cited in hooks, 2000. (2000). All about love: New visions.

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