Decorating Easter Eggs With German Glass Glitter

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Decorating Easter eggs is one of our favorite things to do in the spring.  This year, I wanted our Easter eggs to be spectacular, and glittery.  My good friend Lori from Vintage Charm Restored sent me some beautiful german glass glitter and some Maison Blanche paint samples around Christmas time, and I have been saving them for just the right project.  I picked up some inexpensive paper mache eggs at Hobby Lobby this weekend, and got to work.

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I painted each egg with Maison Blanche’s Sugar Cane first.  Once the paint was dry, I painted on my designs using glitter Mod Podge.

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I then sprinkled the glitter over the Mod Podged design.

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I love the way the German glass glitter sparkles…it’s delicate, but sparkly and well, just perfect.

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I am so pleased with the way they turned out!  I think my favorite is the polka dot egg!

Have you ever used or heard of German glass glitter?  I plan on making more of these with some fine silver glitter I have as well.

Happy Easter, friends!

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