How to Make Foiled Easter Eggs

Add a metallic touch to your Easter decor this year with foiling paper.
Foiled Easter Eggs

Foiled Easter Eggs

Decorate Easter eggs with foil for a trendy, metallic touch to your Easter decor.

Materials and Tools:

hard-boiled eggs
silver and gold foiling papers
foiling glue
small paintbrush
medium paintbrush

Instructions:

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1. Use a small paintbrush and foiling glue to paint your desired design onto the egg.
2. Let glue dry for 10-15 minutes, or until it becomes tacky.
3. Carefully lay a foiling paper over the egg, and smooth it over the glue.
4. Use the medium-sized paintbrush to sweep away excess foil. 

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