How to Paint Ceramic Easter Eggs
Painting is a great way to get kids involved in crafts, as they can have total creative freedom in how they decorate. These ceramic eggs are the perfect project for Easter, and you can hang them around the house or on your white tree when you’re done! They look especially good when personalised with names and words.
1. Take half of the eggs and paint them white. Make sure to paint them one side at a time to avoid any eggs sticking while drying!
2. Let these dry for an hour or so, then get ready to decorate them all!
3. I’ve chosen Light Orange and Light Blue Posca pen’s for this make. The light orange adds subtle contrast on the painted eggs and the light blue works eggsellently against the natural tone of the unpainted ones.
I’m not yolking when I say let your imagination boil over when it come’s to decorating these! I’ve chosen to decorate these cracking eggs with my god children’s names, flora & sunny side up weather. The posca’s take really well and gave me more freedom as they are easier to control than paints or other mediums.
Once complete, these are ready to decorate your home or shell out as a great gift.