Botanical Easter eggs

Step 3: Once the solid shapes are in, start adding in the detail with additional color and small paint brush strokes.

Step 4: If you want to, use a varnish over them. I left my plain because I like the matte look.

If you make some, make sure to take a photo and tag it with #MakingWithLars.

steps

click below to see the final shots! 

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  1. I love these!!!
    One year, LONG AGO, lol, I decoupaged some paper mached eggs….this by far is a new FAVORITE!!!
    I hope I can find more paper mache eggs to make a collection to hang….maybe….but when I do….I will tag #MakingWithLars 🙂

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