Adding eggs around the house is a quick and easy way to bring a feeling of Easter into your home. With about a million different ways to personalize eggs, decorating the eggs is always one of the Easter crafts I add to my to do list each year. This year, I decided to make painted paper mache eggs in fun colors to match my kitchen.
I found some packs of paper mache eggs at the local craft store.
I knew that by adding some paint I would have an easy Easter craft and would also have a decoration that would fit really well with my other decor items. My kitchen is full of yellows, greens and teal so I wanted to stick with some of the colors so the eggs really went well in the space.
I painted one side of the eggs and let them dry. Then, I painted the remainder of the egg.
Once they were dry on both sides, I tossed them in a little moss basket I had found when shopping.
If you didn’t want to bother with waiting for paint to dry, you could easily decorate the eggs with washi tape or even glitter.
What kinds of Easter crafts have you been working on?
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