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Ook zin om een groot paasei op je paastafel te toveren?

Makkelijk en vrij snel klaar...

Wat heb je hier voor nodig?

  • Een ballon
  • Gipswindels
  • Een bakje water
  • Een schaar


  • Blaas de ballon op tot je de gewenste ei-grootte hebt en knoop hem dicht
  • Knip de gipswindels in vierkantjes, bij mij waren de windels 8 cm breed dus knipte ik ze ook op ongeveer 8 cm af (je hoeft dit niet te meten)
  • Leg het stapeltje vierkantjes opzij
  • De volgorde voor je materiaal is hier belangrijk: ballon, bakje water en als laatste de gipswindelvierkantjes (want je stapeltje droge gipsvierkantjes mogen nog niet nat worden)

    • Neem met je andere hand een vierkantje
    • Dompel dit in het bakje water en leg het op de ballon
    • Het volgende vierkantje laat je telkens een beetje overlappen
    • Zo bekleed je de hele ballon, het knoopje blijft buiten steken
    • Hou zeker één stukje gipswindel over om later het gaatje waar het knoopje zit, dicht te maken
    • Laat het ei drogen
    • Als het volledig is uitgehard, geef je een knipje aan het knoopje zodat de lucht uit de ballon kan en trek je de ballon eruit
    • Het achtergebleven gaatje in je gipsen ei maak je dicht met het laatste stukje gipswindel en laat je weer drogen

    • Je ei is nu klaar om te versieren

    Enkele suggesties:

    • Schilderen in de allermooiste kleuren
    • Het bewerken met stiften
    • Of er gewoon een leuk lint omheen knopen

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