I will glitter-ize anything I can. You got a taste of that with my DIY glitter wedding shoes and centerpieces blog. While everyone was busy dying eggs today I was busy glittering them!
I used my trusted friend, mod podge.
What you need:
Hard boiled eggs
I found it easiest to hold the eggs with a tong and paint a layer of mod podge on. I then placed the egg in a styrofoam cup and touched where i missed the mod podge. I then sprinkled glitter into the cup, I had two cups of glitter I gently rolled the egg back and forth between the two cups until the egg was well covered.
Allow at least an hour to dry. Then seal in glitter with a layer of mod podge.
I put plastic wrap down in the egg carton so it wouldn’t dry to the eggs.
I let the eggs dry about two hours.