Stained Glass Easter Eggs

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I had never used alcohol ink before, so I didn't know what to expect when I first started this project. However, I am thrilled with the way that these pretty stained glass look egg ornaments turned out!
Time: 10 MinutesCost: $20-30Difficulty: Easy
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I used alcohol ink on glass ornaments to make beautiful Easter decorations.
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I used these Tim Holtz alcohol inks to create the stained glass appearance of the eggs. The alcohol inks dry quickly so this is a very quick project to do.
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The inks mixed and overlapped on the surface of the glass ornaments to create gorgeous swirls and color gradients.
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Instead of making all the eggs using a rainbow of colors, for some eggs I kept the color palette limited to create these ombre eggs.
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I hung the eggs on a flowering branch near a window so that the sunlight filters through the eggs like a stained glass window!

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    Jessica Hill

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