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Easter Egg Tote Bag

Glamour Dust™ Glitter Paint

Easter Egg Tote Bag
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Easter Egg Tote Bag

designed by DecoArt Design Team

You can put all of your eggs in this one (wonderfully colorful) basket.

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Learn more about Glamour Dust™ Glitter Paint.

SUPPLIES

Americana® 3D Gloss Enamels™

  • White (DAGW01)

Americana® Acrylics

  • Burnt Sienna (DAO63)
  • Desert Turquoise (DAO44)
  • Holly Green (DAO48)
  • Razzle Berry (DA276)
  • Sour Apple (DA275)
  • Yellow Ochre (DAO8)

Glamour Dust™ Glitter Paint

  • Limelight (DGD05)
  • Purple Passion (DGD08)
  • Sapphire Blue (DGD11)
  • Tiger Orange (DGD04)

Mediums

  • Fabric Painting Medium™ (DAS10)

Other supplies

  • water container
  • paper towels
  • tracing paper
  • transfer paper
  • 2" flat brush
  • liner brush
  • #4 round brush
  • 9" x 11" canvas tote bag
  • 1/2" masking tape

INSTRUCTIONS

NOTES: Let dry completely between painting steps. Preparation: Following instructions on Fabric Painting Medium bottle, mix paint with medium.

  1. Using 1/2" masking tape, mask off bottom half of the tote every 1/2" (should be three times). Paint between tape with Burnt Sienna. When dry, mask off vertical lines every 1/2" and paint open squares with Burnt Sienna. When dry, dry-brush Yellow Ochre around the edges of the open squares with a 2" flat brush. Remove tape.
  2. Transfer the egg pattern to the top section of the tote bag.
  3. Referring to photo for color placement, paint each egg with stripes using Glamour Dust Glitter Paints.
  4. When dry, use Americana Acrylic colors and a #4 round brush to decorate each egg with dots and lines. (See photo for color suggestions.)
  5. Paint the center of each flower with Yellow Ochre and a #4 round brush.
  6. Paint the flower stems and leaves with Sour Apple using a #4 round brush.
  7. Highlight the stem and each leaf with Holly Green using a liner brush.
  8. When dry, use White Gloss 3-D Writer to make petals on each flower.