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Spring Robbin Egg DécorAirbrush Robin Eggs - Colorful  Ideas

Looking for a way to welcome Spring into your shop? Use Chefmaster® airbrush to make reusable décor! We created these robin eggs by coloring craft eggs.Airbrush Craft Eggs - Colorful Ideas

What you’ll need:

  • Crafting Eggs - these are fake eggs made of paper. They can be found online or most major craft stores, and usually only cost a few bucks for a dozen
  • Chefmaster® airbrush blue food color
  • Airbrush gun, hose and compressor
  • Aluminum foil or parchment paper

Directions:

  1. Place aluminum foil or parchment paper down on your work space to ensure you won’t get food color on your table or counter top. We personally prefer aluminum foil because the crafting eggs are so light weight they easily get blown around by the airbrush gun and the grooves that form in the foil help keep them from moving.
  2. Use blue Chefmaster® airbrush food color to cover the eggs. Hold one crafting egg by the top and bottom. We recommend wearing gloves to avoid getting the food color on your hands. Gently spray the Chefmaster® airbrush food color onto the egg covering the entire surface. The color will sink into the paper so depending on the desired vibrancy it may take a few coats. As robin eggs are typically light in color we don’t recommend full saturation.
  3. Set the egg aside on a surface that it will not roll on. Continue with the rest of the eggs.
  4. Let eggs dry for 20 minutes.
  5. Place eggs around your store on counter tops and in display cases. We used a little basket to look like a nest.
  6. Enjoy feeling springy and the compliments you receive from your customers!

Airbrush Robin Eggs - Colorful Ideas

Decorative Airbrushed Eggs

Airbrush Eggs - Colorful Ideas for Professionals

Looking for a way to decorate your shop for Easter? We have a quick and easy solution for you - Chefmaster® airbrushed craft eggs! These décor pieces are cheap to make, will last for years and are a festive way to catch your customer’s eyes.

What you’ll need:

  • Crafting Eggs - these are fake eggs made of paper. They can be found online or most major craft stores, and usually only cost a few bucks for a dozenCrafting Eggs - Colorful Ideas for Professionals
  • Chefmaster® airbrush food color – non-metallic and metallic recommended
  • Airbrush gun, hose and compressor
  • Aluminum foil or parchment paper

Directions:

  1. Place aluminum foil or parchment paper down on your work space to ensure you won’t get food color on your table or counter top. We personally prefer aluminum foil because the crafting eggs are so light weight they easily get blown around by the airbrush gun and the grooves that form in the foil help keep them from moving.
  2. Start with a non-metallic Chefmaster® airbrush food color to use as a base. Hold one crafting egg by the top and bottom. We recommend wearing gloves to avoid getting the food color on your hands.
  3. Gently spray the Chefmaster® airbrush food color onto the egg covering the entire surface. The color will sink into the paper so depending on the desired vibrancy it may take a few coats.
  4. Set the egg aside on a surface that it will not roll on. Continue with the rest of the eggs. If you choose to have multiple colored eggs be sure to clean out your airbrush gun between each color. Once complete, let eggs sit to dry for at least 15 minutes.
  5. When the base coat is dry use a Chefmaster® metallic airbrush food color to add shimmer to your eggs. We covered the entire surface of the egg but you can use a stencil as well. If you choose to use a stencil be sure to secure it to the eggs because the egg will have a tendency to roll if you spray the airbrush gun at it.
  6. Let eggs dry for 20 minutes.
  7. Place eggs around your store on counter tops and in display cases and enjoy the compliments!Airbrushed Eggs - Colorful Ideas for Professionals
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