So, I couple of weeks I ago I got the idea to use one of the FolkArt Painted Finishes on some plastic Easter eggs. Before I started the project, I did a quick Pinterest search to see if anyone else had had the idea to make some faux concrete Easter eggs. And, sure enough, my friend Angie scooped me! I didn’t want a good idea to go to waste, so I picked up the moss kit instead and set out to make some DIY faux moss Easter eggs.
DIY FAUX MOSS EASTER EGGS
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE MOSSY EASTER EGGS
I used a really cool kit from FolkArt to create the faux moss finish on these eggs. If you can’t find this kit at your local craft store, I will include a link to purchase it from Amazon.
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- Plastic Easter eggs (these will need to be painted grey before starting this tutorial)
- FolkArt Painted Finishes – Moss
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HOW TO USE THE FOLKART MOSS KIT
Watch this video to see how to create a faux moss finish using an easy two-step paint process. If you like this video, check out all the fun videos on my YouTube channel!
I really like the way these eggs turned out. The FolkArt moss kit makes it so easy to create a realistic moss finish on your projects. I really want to try out the rust and concrete kits as well! What do you think of these DIY faux moss Easter eggs? I would love to hear your opinions in the comments!