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Using a crafts punch, punch circles from double-sided adhesive. Attach them to the eggs. Pour different colors of glitter into separate bowls. Roll each egg in glitter; remove excess with a clean paintbrush. For a multicolor egg, place a few stickers on an egg at a time. Roll in glitter, remove excess, adhere more circles, and repeat with a different color glitter.
The patterns are a cinch to create using Japanese washi tape. The fabriclike tape comes in a variety of colors, sizes, and patterns. This project works best with tape at least 1/2 inch wide. Tear small pieces of your favorite patterns and cover egg, making sure to smooth out air bubbles.
Create vibrant bands of color by attaching 1/8-inch-wide double-sided adhesive strips to an egg. Pour different colors of glitter into separate bowls. Remove the backing from one strip of adhesive and, starting with the darkest color first, firmly roll the egg in glitter. Remove excess glitter with a clean paintbrush. Repeat for each color.
To decorate this adorable egg, tear a piece of 1/2-inch-wide washi tape lengthwise. Lightly affix tape across the edge of a sheet of vellum paper. Using a decorative-edge crafts punch, cut designs into the tape. Carefully remove the tape from vellum and attach to egg. Tear a thin piece of tape lengthwise and adhere to egg. Repeat process until egg is decorated as desired.
Coat eggs with a light layer of glue using a damp sponge. Pour different colors of glitter into separate bowls. Firmly roll the eggs in the glitter, using a spoon to cover any exposed spots. Allow the glue and glitter to dry before displaying the eggs.
To create this look, cut a variety of colors of Japanese washi tape into thin lengthwise strips. Attach strips to the egg, allowing the tape to overlap at the top and bottom.
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