3 Ways to Decorate Glass Eggs
Whether you love feathers or fairy gardens, there’s loads of ways you can decorate glass eggs to add a touch of spring elegance to your home. Just make sure you’re extra careful to hang them securely so they don’t fall and get damaged!
Fairy Garden Glass Egg
1. You will need to make some tiny Fimo cottages using the cream and brown Fimo.
2. Stick the cottage to the base of the glass bauble using a glue gun. Use forceps to hold the cottage and insert it.
3. Now stick the reindeer moss around the cottage to the sides of the glass.
4. Place the other elements of the fairy garden into the bauble using forceps. Glue them onto the moss.
Use odd numbers of flowers, butterflies, toadstools rather than even.
Feather Glass Egg
1. Sort through your pack of feathers and find a feather with good shape and a bit of fluffiness.
2. Place feather inside your glass egg, so that it rests against one side.
3. Finish off by cutting away the hanging twine, and replacing with luxurious satin ribbon. Tie a bow and cut the ends off neatly.
Nest Glass Egg
1. Take apart a piece of moss, roughly the size of a ping pong ball, and tease it apart a little with your hands.
2. Place the moss inside the glass egg and push it around so that it goes up the sides a bit, leaving more of an indentation in the middle.
3. Take another small piece of moss, and glue to the inside of your nest embellishment.
4. Choose two decorative polystyrene eggs from the pack and arrange so you’re happy with the way they sit on top of your nest. Glue in place.
5. Glue your decorated nest to the inside of your glass egg, on top of the moss.
I angled my nest upwards at the back so that you could see the eggs better.
6. Finish off by placing a few paper blossoms in and around the nest and moss.