And, just like that, Spring has sprung!
Trees are in full bloom. Green leaves cover branches. A blanket of yellow pollen covers EVERYTHING! And, birds are already nesting.
Today's project is inspired by our feathered friends.
I used the Re*design With Prima Curio Trinkets mould with the air dry modeling material to create pretty little flowers to add to some faux eggs.Because of the curved shape of the eggs, I went ahead & glued them onto the eggs using E6000, then set them aside to dry.
Once the modeling material was dry, I painted the eggs with the color, Vintage Duck Egg, from the Dixie Belle Paint Company.
To accentuate the detail, I added glaze in Dixie Belle's color, Van Dyke Brown. I painted it on heavy, making sure the grooves were filled.Then I took a damp rag & wiped away the glaze, leaving it in the detail of the mould.
I wiped a little of the glaze on the entire eggs to antique them, then placed them in a nest.
What a sweet reminder of the beauty of Spring.
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