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Using a strip of palster of paris approximately 5cm wide and 50cms long moisten in warm water and then apply to resin egg around inside edge, along rim, as depicted above.

Using a strip of palster of paris approximately 5cm wide and 50cms long moisten in warm water and then apply to resin egg around inside edge, along rim, as depicted above.

Using 3 small plastic skeletons, dismember them and arrange them in the egg, glueing the torso\u2019s and limbs with strong glue

Using 3 small plastic skeletons, dismember them and arrange them in the egg, glueing the torso’s and limbs with strong glue

Give whole project with a light coat of spray gesso and allow to dry.

Give whole project with a light coat of spray gesso and allow to dry.

Using a small paint brush apply crackle medium to the outside of the egg, the rim of the egg and random parts of the plastic skeletons. Allow to dry.

Using a small paint brush apply crackle medium to the outside of the egg, the rim of the egg and random parts of the plastic skeletons. Allow to dry.

Apply a coat of dark mist to highlight the cracks in the crackle medium and allow to dry. More on the story www.sandraevertson.con

Apply a coat of dark mist to highlight the cracks in the crackle medium and allow to dry. More on the story www.sandraevertson.con

Apply a light coat of spray gesso to soften the dark colour of the spray mist.

  • Relics and Artifacts Shrine
  • Palster of paris
  • Gesso
  • Crackle medium
  • Dark spray
  • Plastic skeletons