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Oeufs de pâque
Look for Easter eggs hidden in the garden!
Decospray oeufs de pâque

  • Paint two thin coats of pink on each egg, letting the paint dry between each coat.
Mixtion dorure oeufs de pâque
  • Using a flat brush, apply the gilding mixtion to half of one egg.
  • Leave it to dry for 15 minutes. 
oeufs de pâque feuilles mirroir argentées

  • Whilst you are waiting, cut small shapes out of the mirror leaves in both colours. 
oeufs de pâque feuilles mirroir argentées

  • When the mixtion has dried, apply a piece of the mirror leaf and transfer the colour by gently tapping with your fingertips. 
  • Repeat the process using another piece of the mirror leaf until you have covered the whole area where you applied the mixtion.

Décoration des oeufs de pâque avec les marqueurs acryliques

  • Use the markers to draw a floral scene: draw the stems on the edge of the gilded part. Wait for it to dry. 
  • Finish the flowers by adding small blobs on top of each stem and then use a slightly wet brush to smudge them and create a blurry effect. Wait for it to dry. 
  • Use a different colour for the centre of the flower, placing small dots over the cloud of petals. Let it dry.

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