4 Simple Ways to Paint Easter Eggs

The approaching Easter offers a great opportunity for you to make some crafts with your kids. Painting Easter eggs is a fun and easy start. There are 4 simple ways to do it.

 

1. Puffy Paint Easter Eggs

Boil some eggs and let them cool to room temperature. Then use fabric paints/ puffy paints to design your eggs. Make it 3D by painting directly with the fabric paint bottles or 2D by painting with a brush.

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2. Colorful Easter Eggs

Boil some eggs and let them cool to room temperature. Wrap an egg with paper towel and tie with a rubber band. Squeeze several drops of food coloring directly onto the paper towel. Make sure there are some white space among each color. Then use water spray bottle to spray some water to it until the colors mix into one another. Gently squeeze the egg to transfer the colors from the paper towel to the egg. Leave them overnight to dry, or use a fan to dry them.

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3. Washi Tape Easter Eggs

This may be the easiest way to decorate Easter eggs. You’ll only need some hard-boiled eggs, washi tapes and a scissor.

 

Cut the washi tape in different sizes and shapes as you like and apply them to the eggs.

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4. Solid Easter Eggs

Boil some eggs and let them cool to room temperature. Fill containers with the mixture of water, vinegar and food coloring. Place the eggs in the dye bath and leave them to soak for at least 5 minutes. Remove them carefully and set aside to dry.

 

 

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Get your kids involved and spend some quality time with them by making Easter Eggs!

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