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An inexpensive twist to decorating Easter eggs

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Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 1:24 pm

There are some creative ways to decorate Easter eggs if you need an inexpensive decorating twist to the process. Take bubble wrap that is three to four bubbles wide and paint a very thin coat of acrylic paint over it. Roll the egg over the paint and let dry. Another idea is to take patterned paper napkins and cut out the designs. Apply them to the egg using craft glue. For more egg decorating ideas, visit http://www.aeb-online.org/pr/140310decorating.html.

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