How beautifully do these eggs fit on a plate with fresh spring greenery or under a bell jar or just like that in a wreath?
Yellow suits spring, but if you have a different preference, just adjust the color to your taste with paint!
How to make the egg:
The polystyrene egg consists of two halves.
Stick them together and apply the paste all around with a spatula, so that the structure and seam are no longer visible.
Let this dry.
The decorations: Turn plaster tape around or crisscross edge plaster, also burlap or lace or a mix of all kinds of leftovers.
Glue everything that is dry with a glue gun.
Next the roses and leaves (shape them by hand or from a mold) tulantia, dried moss, Powertex 3D Balls medium, Balls Small, 3D Sand.
Just paste what you have, what you like and what makes the egg beautiful.
Then paint everything white and let dry. paint everything with thinned yellow paint and some olive green in between. The top and the florets are more yellow and towards the bottom and the leaves a little more green.
Let dry again and apply highlights with white paint and a dry brush.
A Salim wreath, a bit of moss and a light cord to set up the egg make this Easter egg complete.
Have lot's of fun!