Påskepynt i keramik og kobber

Jeg er lidt sent ude med Påskepynten i år, men det er aldrig for sent til en lille DIY!
De små keramik-æg er fra Creton Maison (se dem her), og kommer faktisk i mange forskellige versioner. Jeg holdt mig til den plain version, da jeg gerne ville spraymale dem.

Jeg brugte en kobber spraymaling fra Panduro, lidt washi tape og nogle runde klistermærkater ( dots og mig, vi kan bare ikke gå uden om hinanden lige for tiden..).
-For dip dye metoden: dæk halvdelen af ægget + bånd til med plast og tape. For dot mønster, placer mærkaterne rundt omkring på ægget. Spray én side af gangen, et lag skulle være rigeligt. Lad tørre i ca. 5 minutter.

Nemmere og hurtigere bliver et last minute Påske-projekt da ikke! Og så er de til og med super fine OG de kan gemmes til næste år! Win win!

For special requests, here is the tutorial in English ;) :
So this is a pretty easy d.i.y. because I didn't have to make the ceramic eggs myself. They are bought from the interior shop Sinnerup, which made the job a piece of cake really.
All you need is a copper spray paint, some washi tape and some dot stickers. Mask up your eggs and make sure you cover the ribbon/any other parts of the egg you don't want paint on. I sprayed a thin layer on each side and waited around 10 minutes to remove the tape. And there you go! Super cute Easter eggs in a cool copper look!
* if you can't get any similar ceramic eggs, try making them out of sculpy which is an easy to use off-white clay that you can bake in the oven. Simply roll out the clay and cut out egg shapes. Use a toothpick to form a hole big enough to fit through a ribbon.
I would love to see your creations. You can link it through in the comment box if you feel like sharing! Happy Easter!