I showed you these cute eggs in another project before I showed you how I made them. If you’re a procrastinator like me you might be looking for some quick projects to make for Easter that will have a big impact. These easy painted Easter Eggs are just the thing and you can make them in an afternoon.
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Easy Painted Easter Eggs – Supply List
- Paper Mache or paper covered Eggs
- Spray Paint in Fun Easter Colors (Pink, Purple, Teal, Green, Yellow)
- 2 oz White Craft Paint
- Craft Paint Brush
- Aileen’s Tacky Glue
- Clear Glitter
I bought this bag of eggs and round balls from a garage sale for pretty cheap. You can also find them in craft stores or online.
Start by spray painting your Easter Eggs in the fun colors you choose. I painted mine on paper in the front yard and just rolled them around as I lightly sprayed them. You could use craft paint too if that’s what you have. Then I moved them to a dry spot of paper until they were completely dry. I kind of went crazy but you could paint as few as you like.
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When the painted Easter Eggs were dry I got busy with the white craft paint decorating them with cute designs.
A few others got dots of Aileen’s Tacky Glue and a dusting of clear glitter.
I wasn’t using the right kind of brush and I’m not too steady with detail fine painting but still I love how they turned out. It sort of reminds me of the designs I got with crayon before we dyed our eggs as a kid. Imperfect but perfect 🙂
They look so good nestled in the green moss. So bright, and a great reminder of Spring weather to come.
This is how I first displayed them after they were painted. I love bubble glass!
Then I used them in an Easter Tablescape that I posted recently. I’m not great at setting a table but I did pretty good, if I do say so myself.
You can also display them on a cake stand nestled in a bed of crinkley Easter grass.
Aren’t they easy to make and decorate any way you like? The chevron one above is really cute but I think my favorite is the pink polka-dot.
Don’t forget to Pin It!
I’d love to know, which painted Easter Egg is your favorite? 😀
Saturday 27th of February 2021
These are so cute and fun. I'm going to make some this year.
Tuesday 30th of March 2021
They were so much fun to paint and be creative. Happy Easter!
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Friday 16th of March 2018
These Easter eggs are so pretty! I love the bright fun colors and the designs and everything is better with glitter!
Monday 17th of April 2017
Love how you got these eggs at a yard sale! That's the best! I never thought of spray painting them, genius. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm! xo Kathleen | Our Hopeful Home