We bring you some unique ideas for your beautiful Easter eggs.

The decoupage technique provides the opportunity for a new method and way of decorating eggs for Easter. As we know, the materials needed are a brush, beautiful wipes, and a harmless water-based adhesive *. The top layer of the napkin is used. You tear or cut the item you selected, cover the egg with a layer of glue, and attach the piece of cloth. Then cover with another layer of glue to penetrate the napkin and glue the workpiece well. You can continue peeling until it has a beautiful finished look. If you want to be truly unique on the holiday, add a variety of decorations - delicate lace-cut elements that are reminiscent of retro romance and chic, tie a thin ribbon or rope in the middle and place as a guest gift. Use any stones and crystals as accents in the ribbon or lace. For shine, you can cover several places with a powder brooch mixed with glue. Make nests of willow twigs and arrange the eggs in them. Be sure to decorate with fresh spring flowers.

* We offer you the easiest recipe for harmless glue when decoupage on cooked eggs for consumption:

You separate the protein into a raw egg and add a tablespoon of sugar to it and beat, but not until it gets too thick. There is some liquid left under the foam and this is your glue. Apply with a brush to a piece of cloth. You wait for it to dry and then you can apply another coat of gloss. It is!

If you decide to decouple on an empty egg shell, you can use an 200 glue or a special decoupage glue from an art supplies store.