Go for the gold this Easter with our easy Easter eggs Gold Foil dye technique. When paired with pretty pastels of the spring season, the gold sets a sophisticated tone for your Easter gathering.
What You’ll Need: Food coloring, boiled eggs, gold foil, bowl of water, adhesive and foam brush.
Gold Foil Easter Eggs Decorating Steps
Step One: Dye eggs various colors and allow to completely dry.
Step Two: Using a small sponge, apply a thin layer of adhesive in random strokes, taking care to not cover the entire egg in adhesive.
PRO TIP: Try altering the glue application by using various small strokes and dabs.
Step Three: Gently press a sheet of gold foil against the egg.
Step Four: Using your hand, gently wipe away excess foil not adhered to the egg.
Step Five: Be careful not to wipe off the glued foil as it is not yet dried.
Step Six: Allow egg to dry completely.
PRO TIP: Once egg is completely dry, you can repeat the process to add more foiling if desired.