I feel a little guilty saying this, but - I decorated Easter Eggs without my daughter. GASP!! It's true. We will dye eggs tomorrow with her, but the other day? The gold foil?? That was for me. #MomsGetToDoFunThingsToo
I've always wanted to try my hand at gold foil and even more so in the past few years as foil DIYs have flooded the blog sphere. I figured eggs were a perfect test subject. Not expensive and not intended to last a lifetime [geez, the smell!].
Working with gold foil was fun and relatively easy.
I used a kit like this one which included everything but the paint brushes to begin. The directions are pretty straight forward - paint on adhesive size, let it dry until it becomes tacky, lay on the gold foil and gently brush it down with a soft brush. Easy peasy.
Two awkward parts however.
Number one - gold foil is super thin. It rips and tears easily.
Number two - the adhesive size is clear. If you're painting a design (like I attempted), you won't be able to see where the size is. That is why my designs are not as exact as I had intended. Honestly, I kind of like the messiness of it. Gotta get crazy sometime, amiright?
Happy Easter weekend to everyone!
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