Stenciled Tin and Glitter Eggs

Stenciled Tin and Glitter Eggs

What You'll Need: 

Tin Bucket
2 Paper Mache Eggs
Martha Stewart Holiday Icons Stencil
Spanish Moss or Green Paper Shred
Floral Foam
Yellow Acrylic Paint
Pink Acrylic Paint
Green Acrylic Paint 
Lime Green Acrylic Paint
Cording or Ribbon 
Sponge Dabbers
Foam Brushes
Mod Podge
Knife to Cut Foam

Courtesy of Darice®
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Approximate Time: 30 Minutes (Not Including Dry Time)

How to Make a Stenciled Tin and Glitter Eggs

Gear up for Easter with this adorable Stenciled Tin and Glitter Eggs! This project is fun and easy to complete and the finished product will add a simple spring touch to any room in your house or serve as the perfect resting place for eggs in an Easter egg hunt! 
  • 1 Paint eggs

    Using your acrylic paint, paint eggs pink and lime green and let dry. 

  • 2 Stencil burlap

    Position chick stencil onto burlap and dab with yellow paint; allow to dry. Once dry, position grass stencil under the chick and dab on green paint; let dry. 

  • 3 Mod Podge┬« eggs

    Mod Podge® eggs and sprinkle with glitter; allow to dry. 

  • 4 Add grass and embellish

    Cut foam to fit into tin and insert. Cover with Spanish moss or paper shred and lay eggs on top. Embellish handle with cording or ribbon of your choice.