Flat Papier-Mâché Eggs with attached Motif & Guinea Fowl Feathers
These flat papier-mâché hanging eggs are decorated with glued on Vivi Gade design paper (the Oslo series). The jute string in each papier-mâché egg is decorated with a wooden bead and a guinea fowl feather.
How to do it
Cut out the motifs from the design paper.
Use the adhesive dots from the EZ glue dispenser for attaching the motif onto each side of the flat egg.
NB. You may also use the border with the motifs from the design paper, attaching it across the egg prior to attaching the cut out motif on top.
NB. You may also use the self-adhesive stickers from the same design series to decorate the egg further.
Remove the jute string which is already attached to the egg. Thread a wooden bead onto the string and re-attach the string to the egg.
Attach a guinea fowl feather inside the bead's hole nearest the egg.