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How To Make Glitter Eggs

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How to make Glitter Eggs

1 hard boiled egg
Extra fine glitter
Craft Glue
Water

Mix half water and half glue in a bowl.
Put glitter in bowl. 
Roll egg in glue.
Roll egg in glitter.
Let dry in glitter bowl. 

 

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