Lace Easter EggsMarch 25, 2014 | FILED UNDER: Easter
I decoupaged Martha Stewart lace to plain paper mache eggs. I like the combination of the natural brown egg with the lace, but you could also paint the egg any color you want before adding the lace!
Supplies for Lace Eggs
- Paper mache eggs
- Martha Stewart decoupage lace trim
- Martha Stewart decoupage brush
- Martha Stewart fabric-to-fabric decoupage (I used matte finish)
How to Make Lace Eggs
1. Determine where you want to place the lace on the egg, and then wrap a piece around to gauge how much you will need. Trim to fit.
2. Brush a layer of decoupage glue on the back side of the lace.
5. Let your eggs dry 1-2 hours before sealing them with another layer of decoupage. I dried them on my Martha Stewart glitter tray which also works perfectly for drying eggs!
6. To seal the eggs, I covered the whole egg with the decoupage glue. This gave a consistent sheen across the egg. Use your brush to smooth out any “pools” of glue that get caught between the lace. Let dry another 1-2 hours. If needed, apply another coat to seal completely.
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