Vintage style Easter egg with bunny and flowers from Studio75 rice paper :)
Easter preparations are in full swing at my place - time is getting shorter and shorter, and making unique Easter decorations always gives me a lot of pleasure. If you want to delight your family - I have an idea for an Easter egg for you. You can make a similar egg, thanks to a tutorial by me, available on the Yotube channel Studio75.

I used Studio75 rice paper - ST0075 - to make the work. The base of the work is a large standing egg from Artistiko and Pentart media - you can also find these in the Studio75 shop.

First I painted the base with white gesso and then with white acrylic paint.
Then I gently pulled the graphics from the paper and glued them to the base using decoupage glue with varnish.
I then adhered the impressions with self-hardening clay.
After first varnishing with matt varnish, I painted the impressions with dark brown paint.
I added shadows around the impressions. Using a sponge, I applied several paints in lighter shades to the impressions.
On the back of the work I glued a painted HDF hen and made a shadow around it.
I splashed the work with watered-down paint - a lighter and a darker brown.
I like work that has a glossy finish - so I used Pentart's glossy water-based varnish.

vintage egg decoupage step by step

I hope the work done according to my tutorial will please the eyes of your loved ones.

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