While beautiful, Easter decorations can be quite intimidating to make. Easter baskets, floral arrangements, and eggs, especially, take a lot of energy and time to put together. I’ve personally steered clear of any decoration that involves eggs. You put so much effort into dyeing eggs only to throw them away after Easter is over.
Many stores now sell inexpensive faux eggs. They hold the same shape and texture as normal eggs, but are durable. This makes them easier to decorate.
Not sure how to decorate faux eggs? In this blog post, I will show you three creative ways. Keep reading to find out how!
Materials & Equipment
You will need faux eggs, craft paint, paint markers, a gold foil kit, sponges/foam brushes, and permanent markers.
1. Gold foil
Use a sponge to dab two even layers of paint onto an egg. Allow the paint to dry. Apply the gold foil following the instructions provided with the kit.
Draw a cute repetitive image on the egg with markers or freely doodle.
3. Splattered paint
Once again dab two even layers of paint onto the egg. When dry, use paint markers to apply dots all over the egg. The dots can be heavily concentrated, sparse or a mixture of both. The dots will give the appearance of splattered paint.
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Take 15 minutes today to read, write down and meditate on this scripture: “I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who is, and who was, and who is to come, the Almighty.” Revelation 1:8