I have a confession to make… I haven’t thought much about my kids Easter baskets. Easter kinda snuck up on me this year. The other day I finally got around to coloring Easter eggs with the kids and since I hadn’t gotten to the store to buy any egg dying kits, we used what we had and made Watercolor Easter Eggs. These are easy to make and you can have them ready to decorate your table for Easter dinner.
There really is no right or wrong way to decorate eggs with watercolors. I started by putting a dab of red paint on the top of the egg and then dipped the brush into water and dragged the paint down the egg. Then I painted some orange below the red and did the same thing.
You can also let the paint drip down the egg and twirl it to make designs. Nothing is off limits. And the good thing is you don’t end up with fingers stained with egg dye!
For another way to decorate eggs, check out my Chalkboard Paint Egg post.
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