Making a Griffin Egg Night Light


griffin egg

This griffin egg was made using an Ostrich egg.  To cut the egg I used a drill to make a hole then using some needle-nose pliers to gently chip out the opening.  The egg was painted black and when the pain was still wet I sprinkled in some gold glitter.  Once all was dry then I used a clear sealant.  The gems were on a role that highlighted the front of the egg.  At the bottom of the egg is a small hole which I inserted a flameless tea light to make this is to a unique night-light.

About lynndaviscakes

This blog is for everyone who likes to try something new craft projects in the garden, easy holiday crafts for the entire family, decorating cakes and cupcakes, to my 207 books published on Amazon.com. The books are on the cakes and crafts but also adventures stories from children to teens. I have retired from the corporate world and now enjoy taking adventures with my grandchildren and going on adventures and learning new things that I will share with you. I hope you enjoy some of these post. All the best, Lynn
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