IDEA OF THE MONTH CLUB*
Goose egg 9”
1/2 metre x 1 cm wired ribbon
Wrapping paper cutout
Matte Mod Podge or Liquitex Matte Varnish
Glitter to match paper
1 Keyhole finding
Flatback rhinestones (Approx 160 to 180 needed)
1.Divide egg into quarters lengthways. Mark centre top and bottom of egg.
1. Paint egg with colour of your choice and allow to dry. Seal with 1 coat of Mod Podge Matte and allow to dry.
1. When dry, glue flatback rhinestones onto the egg in a pattern to suit your motif.
1.Find the centre of the wired ribbon and mark this point with pencil. Make a loop on each side of this mark and secure with milliners glue or clear craft glue.
Wrapping paper and prints can be photocopied and then re-coloured to match the colour scheme of your design. The following is a strip of the wrapping paper used on this egg. You can use chalks or watercolour pencils to achieve beautiful results. When doing the photocopy have it dark enough to see the print but not too dark to impede the colouring process. The darker parts of the photocopy will become shaded areas in the new re-coloured piece.