glitter easter eggs à la pottery barn

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I spied some glittery easter eggs a couple of times at different Pottery Barn stores.
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Clearly my eye was drawn to them but I wasn’t partial to the pastel colors so I decided to make my own in my color of choice.
I had some styrofoam eggs kicking around in my easter bin so I figured why not glitter them?
I bought them a few years ago for a different project but they did not lend themselves for that particular purpose.
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Lucky because they were perfect for this instance.
I used German glass glitter and it worked like a charm.
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It was super easy and I love the end result.  And the best part?  I used all things I had on hand.
Styrofoam eggs, spray adhesive, German glass glitter, tooth pick & sealant.
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 I used the toothpick to hold the egg up while I sprayed it with adhesive & then sprinkled it with the glitter.  Rotate the egg and repeat the steps until you have full & even glitter coverage all over the egg.
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When you are done glittering all the eggs, set them aside and let them dry fully {I let mine sit overnight}.
The next day I sprayed them with a sealant to make sure the glitter won’t shed with use.
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love, Love, LOVE how these turned out.
I’m working on some other easter projects, which I will share once they are complete.
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Happy Easter crafting.
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  1. Mary Jo, I love German glass glitter and your eggs turned out beautiful! I have some very small ones with gold German glitter, but I love the silver. I just used some of it on an Easter banner. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  2. thanks jann. i love my german glass glitter. mine is from ms mustard seed in the silver tiara color. every project i use it on i absolutely love. it’s worth every penny! xo- mj

  3. hi kathleen- i waited for so long to get the german glass glitter forever since it was expensive put since i took the plunge i have never regretted it. it makes everything so perfectly vintage. you need to get some! xo- mj

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