Friday, March 25, 2016

Graniteware Easter Egg

Happy Easter! It feels so early this year; I can't believe it's Sunday. I may not have gotten any candy for the kids yet but I did get a little decorative Easter egg made. Priorities! I have a stash of paper mache eggs and I figured I should get at least one decorated this year.


I made a faux graniteware egg by following this tutorial by Wendy Vecchi. This is such a great technique and I've used it several times on various projects (like these ATCs). To make the "enameled" flowers I tapped the metal flowers with the Emboss It Dabber and sprinkled on various colors of embossing powder. Be careful because that metal gets super hot as you are embossing!

I'm going to enter my egg into the Easter Egg Decorating Challenge on the Ranger blog.

Thanks for stopping by! Most of the supplies I used for this project can be found at Simon Says Stamp. Follow the links below and a shopping you may go. ;-)




1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous!!! I love that technique on the egg...really pretty!!!

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