Here are three samples that I made for this weeks challenge...
My first sample is a plastic egg that I simply added glitter dots and a bow. The polka dots were created with Zot and glitter. Super super simple egg to make. I think it took me longer to clean up all the glitter in my stamp room afterwards, LOL!
This next egg was stamped in Stazon and then colored in with colored pencils. Now the tricky part is getting the stamp image on the curved surface. I stamped the center first and without lifting it at all, I simply rocked my stamp so that all parts of it touch the egg. I would recommend a small stamp for this technique. Next I colored in my egg with colored pencils. Finally I sprayed on some Glimmer Mist, rubbing off the extra.
This next egg is a plastic egg that I completely covered in handmade punched flowers. I laid down strips of tacky tape and pressed the flower centers onto the tape. I wasn't sure how the tacky tape would stick to the plastic eggs, but it works like a charm. I added some stickles in the center of the punches.
disclaimer: I don't recommend eating the eggs after using Stazon or Glimmer Mist. I'm not really sure if you could or not, but I knew that this one would be preserved. My mom still has some hardboiled eggs stored away in the Easter decorations that I made when I a kid. The insides have shriveled up and it now sounds like a rattle, but they never smelled.