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So shiny! Make Martha's neon-glitter Easter eggs

Martha Stewart Living

You know who's absolutely amazing at making Easter egg crafts? That's right: Martha Stewart. Here, the domestic diva herself shows just how to make neon-glitter Easter eggs that will stand out from the pack:

  1. Before you get started, make an egg-drying rack: Cut a 10-inch square from 1/2-inch-thick foam board. Draw a grid on the foam board using a pencil and a ruler, and insert pins where the lines of the grid intersect.
  2. Brush half an egg with craft glue, and sprinkle with glitter. (It's best to use glitter in the same shade as the dyed egg to intensify the color.)
  3. Place the egg on the rack, glitter side up, to dry. Repeat on the other side of the egg.

Hungry for more fun tips and ideas? Pick up the April edition of Martha Stewart Living magazine, visit the Easter-decorating section on MarthaStewart.com, or download Martha Stewart Living's "Egg Dyeing 101" app here.

Martha Stewart shares her crafty tips for creating beautiful Easter eggs using everything from glitter to crepe paper to confetti.