Today's Easter egg guest post comes from the one and only Stephanie Hung!
With March going out like a lamb, I have been feeling quite spring-y these days. If you go down to the woods next Sunday, you're sure of a big surprise; at least in my neck of the woods - Mosaic eggs!
I love making these eggs because the technique is simple and doesn't require any special supplies.
Materials: Eggs, food colouring (neon!), vinegar, white glue, paintbrush and tweezers.
Step 1: Mix food colouring, vinegar, and water. Dye the eggs to your desired colours and allow to dry.
Step 2: Gently break the eggs, empty their contents, and allow the insides to dry.
Step 3: Break down a coloured shell. Brush glue on the back of one piece and adhere to another egg. Continue adding pieces, leaving a bit of white space in between.
Don't worry too much about a perfect fit - once you have a few pieces glued on, your mosaic will come together.