Next weekend we will be having our first Easter egg hunt at our house! I'm not sure who is more excited, me, or the kids. The hubby and my daughter have been suggesting we do a "special egg" filled with money. When I was a kid, every so often, there was a money filled egg, and it was always super exciting to see who got it. Anyways, I decided to do three special eggs (since there will be three kids participating). I found a glitter candle holder on Pinterest a while back, and I figured I could apply the same technique to my eggs.
To start off, paint your plastic eggs with the mod podge. While the mod podge is still wet, sprinkle your glitter liberally.
Once you have covered all of the eggs, let the mod podge dry. Then paint a coat of mod podge over the top of the glitter in order to "seal" it, and prevent the glitter from scrapping off.
Once the second layer has dried, your eggs are ready! This craft is super simple, and the kids are going to flip over the sparkly eggs!