Hey y’all!! Happy GOOD FRIDAY!!!
I am not quite sure how I am actually typing right now because I ate SO much crawfish today my fingers are FULL….I could just feel my stomach expanding as I slowly swallowed each and every yummy crawfish!
It’s almost Easter time and you know my motto “it’s never too late to get it done”… If you want to spice up some plastic eggs for your Easter table then get this craft done ASAP! Just don’t accidentally EAT one!!! ((haha))
You want to start by getting some PERFECT PLASTIC eggs. I think these babies are around 2 dollors a bag!
I used four main ingredients for this project.
1.Mod Podge (I get this from Michael’s Arts and Crafts) I brush the Mod Podge on the egg then sprinkle glitter so it dries on there!
2. Martha Stewart Glitter (Just incase you have NEVER used this glitter now is the time! You will fall in love)
3. Martha Stewart glitter glue set
4. Martha Stewart brushes
I tell ya, these look so good I just want to take a bite out of one!
I hope everyone is STILL enjoying this wonderful FRIDAY night! Enjoy your “EASTER” weekend and come back tomorrow for MORE EASTER fun!
Giving you a BIG hug through the computer,
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