Monochrome Easter Egg Painting

I love any reason to decorate our home, Easter is definitely one of the cutest one with little bunnies and Easter eggs hiding all over the house. This year I went for a monochrome style in black and white with hints of pinks and grey. Even my old label maker came out for some eggcelent Easter craft fun!

If you are looking for super easy yet mega stylish egg painting techniques, hop over to my YouTube account where I share some Ester egg painting secrets, including how to get a perfectly round polkadot, an easy marble technique, and what you can do with broken egg shells.

Personally I love to decorate Easter eggs in little wire baskets for a modern farmhouse look, or hang them up on little branches from our garden. These ones were spray painted in China Rose and Chalk White chalk paint from Rust-Oleum [gifted] which I had left over from a previous work project 9see below).


For more painting techniques, check out my Easter project with Rust-Oleum UK [paid collaboration] on their website. You’ll find many other fun and inspirational DIY ideas in their How-To section!

Picture by Pete Helme

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