Here's how I did it: I blew out a jumbo chicken egg by poking a hole on top and on the bottom. I rinsed it out and let it dry overnight. I brushed on a couple coats of Mod Podge and let it dry - this helps to harden the egg and make it a bit less fragile. Then I stamped Daba on some pink tissue paper with StazOn and cut it out. The image was adhered with Mod Podge, but had to be handled gently or it would have torn. After letting it dry, I put on another coat of Mod Podge. To make it fancier, you could put a coat of diamond dust of clear micro beads, but I need more practice with that. Then I added the trim, pearls, gold finding and twine. I had a hard time getting the gold finding to stay on so if you use a good glue to adhere metal, let me know. That about sums it up. The pink tissue is brighter than I expected, but I think this bunny would look cute no matter what color it is. Here are some close ups.
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