This Easter morning I would love to come downstairs and find the Easter Bunny left a nice, soothing, color palate of Easter goodies in our house. I left him a note last year that, while the kids appreciated 50,000 pieces of brightly colored plastic strewn all about the house, it was a bit jarring for the adults in the family. In order to give the good old rabbit a guide for this year, I created a giant golden egg out of a hot pink plastic egg left over from last year. The end result looks like a giant candy egg and can hold a full sized stuffed animal!
- Gold spray paint
- Mod Podge
- Foam Brush
- Giant plastic Easter egg – Michaels sells 3 giant stacking eggs for $20.
Lay foil out in a well-ventilated area and paint with gold spray paint. Let dry.
Once the paint is dry, coat the outside of your egg with a layer of Mod Podge.
Wrap foil around the outside of the egg, pressing it to the Mod Podge. You will likely need to cut or tear some of the excess foil away in spots.
Cover any large seams with Mod Podge and set the egg halves out to dry.
Once the Mod Podge is dry, tear off any foil that is inside the egg.
Fill with a giant golden Easter Egg and get ready to see giant smiles on Easter morning!