How To Paint Vintage Inspired Easter Eggs!
Simple Vintage Looking Easter Eggs!
I don’t think I will ever tire of painting sweet Easter eggs each year… It is seriously one of my favorite seasonal projects during such a beautiful time of year. Today I have a project just like that! I am showing how I painted some pretty vintage inspired Easter eggs. I am also joining Ashley from Modern Glam, Janine from Happy Happy Nester and Leslie from My 100 Year Old Home.
Here is what I used to make these Easter eggs…
- Wooden Eggs
- Acrylic Craft Paint
- White Acrylic Paint Pen
Here is how I painted these pretty eggs…
I started by simply mixing some muted vintage paint colors. To do that I added small amounts of black and white paint to the colors I originally picked (for example: orange, pink, green, blue purple and yellow).
Once I had the eggs painted and they were nice and dry, I began to draw designs on the eggs using the paint pen…
I used easy designs that I could create by free hand… I had to fight the urge to make it perfect, haha…
But really, when I got the design going it all comes together really nicely!
There are so many variations you could do with this project! You could use colored paint pens for the designs as well!
When all was said and done, I think these may be my favorite eggs to date! I plan to make some more with the kids too.
Make sure to check out these amazing projects down below! Thanks so much for stopping by today to learn how to make vintage inspired Easter eggs. Tomorrow I am sharing some big news that I can’t wait to share with you…!
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Modern Glam | Living Centerpiece for Your Easter Table
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