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 from decorating cakes and cupcakes, to art and craft projects. I also have self published 25 books on Amazon.com. 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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