Hi All! We’re already here at the week before Easter. I hope you love this Golden Animal Easter Eggs DIY as much as I do. Allie, my daughter, and I came across these little animal figurines at Michael’s and the idea popped into my head. The design is so clean and simple, yet whimsical and happy making!
I grabbed the most springy animals of the collection, but gold and glitter makes almost anything adorable, don’t you think? I love the gold against the white, but they would look just as cute atop some dyed eggs as well.
This spring is very sad for me because I just found out my Father is terminally ill with melanoma. There is so much sadness in my heart right now. These gold beauties help raise my spirits just a bit.
This DIY is quick and easy. So round up some animals and a little paint and glitter and have at it! Don’t forget to grab your family and friends and tell them how much you love them!
Safari Luck Mini Farm Fun Pack
Safari Good Luck Mini Garden Pack
Hard Boiled Eggs
Martha Stewart Gold paint
Martha Stewart Gold glitter
Martha Stewart fringe scissors
:: Paint each little figure with gold paint. I did about three coats (four with the darker animals).
:: During the last coat of paint, sprinkle glitter atop the animals.
:: Glue each figure to hard boiled egg with craft glue. I held each animal in place for about 4 minutes for the glue to set.
:: Cut tissue paper with fringe scissors for grass.
Easy as pie. This project is in association with the #12MonthsofMartha blogging team.
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