Make fantastic Easter decorations with glitter! Vary the pattern by dotting and brushing the Easter eggs with glue in a variety of ways. You can also sprinkle with glitter in different colours to achieve beautiful colour variations. An easy Easter craft with spectacular, sparkly results! Tip: Before sprinkling the eggs with glitter, place them on a sheet of paper so that you can easily gather up the excess glitter.
Decorating eggs is an essential Easter tradition! Panduro's permanent markers adhere well to eggshell and come in lots of beautiful colours, so you can make your own unique Easter decorations. Jazz up your Easter eggs even more with sparkling sequins and confetti. Then simply hang them in the Easter bouquet or arrange them on the Easter table as decoration.
Gather up the little ones and craft this silly Easter chick! Paint the outside of half of a card egg - finger-painting is fine, if holding a brush is hard. Then paint the child's palm and make a classic handprint - a favourite for anyone who enjoys getting messy with paint! Finally, transform the handprint into an adorable chick using pipe cleaner, glitter and eyes.
Surprise your guests with an eggstraordinary Easter table setting! First, empty the eggs and paint them beautiful colours. Then write silly Easter messages on little notes, and hide them inside the eggs like a fortune cookie. Set the Easter table with your surprise-filled eggs and have guests crack open their eggs to read the messages inside.
Make dazzling, colourful Easter eggs! You can use food colouring to dye drained eggs, and hard-boiled eggs that you will serve with your Easter meal. We used the tie-dye technique to create beautifully variegated Easter eggs. Tip! The paper towel you use to dye the eggs will also end up looking lovely - you can use it for another Easter craft, like cutting out pretty feathers.
Eggs in every colour of the rainbow are an Easter essential! You can use food colouring to dye drained eggs, and hard-boiled eggs that you will serve with your Easter meal. Pick a few flowers and leaves and use egg dye to create pretty plant designs on your eggs. We used ivy and ferns. You can also try dipping the egg in a series of different dyes, or combine different colours in a single cup for a slightly more muddled result.
Transform your dyed Easter eggs into adorable animals to hang in your Easter bouquet or from a few lovely branches. We have made two rabbits or Easter bunnies and two fuzzy lambs. The Easter pals are also perfect for your Easter table setting, of course. Tip: Cut a small notch in the lambs' ears before gluing them on so that you can fold in the ears to make them slightly curved.
You can give your Easter eggs gorgeous marbling effects by painting and spattering with Hobbylack in different colours. Blend the colours with white Hobbylack if you want lighter colours. Attach a small hanger to your marbled Easter eggs to hang them in your Easter bouquets. Then do this: Pinch together the antenna on the hanger and thread on the little disc. Continue squeezing the antenna together and carefully poke them into the hole on the egg. Make sure to hold the antenna together until they are all the way down.
You can use crackle glaze to make Easter eggs covered in lovely cracks. Place the eggs on a flower stick or wooden skewer so that you have a handle to hold while painting. Apply some adhesive putty around the stick, slightly below the egg, to secure the egg in place. If you want to hang your painted eggs in an Easter bouquet, fasten a small hanger to each one. To do so: Pinch together the antenna on the hanger and thread on the little disc. Continue squeezing the antenna together and carefully poke them into the hole on the egg. Make sure to hold the antenna together until they are all the way down.
Painting eggs with watercolours is fun and produces striking results. Remember not to cover the entire egg with paint; leave some areas white. The sugar mixture causes the paint to flow out in beautiful patterns. The result is a lovely, variegated Easter egg for decoration.
Give your card eggs a unique look with the trendy pouring technique. Perfect as a decoration or to give away as an Easter gift. We've used Hobbylack, paints that are easy to use. For the eggs in the picture, we used Hobbylack Gloss (basic, lilac, purple, yellow, fairy pink & white) but you can choose colours that suit your personal style. You also need a divisible card egg, lolly sticks for stirring and masking tape. Method: Cover the surface where you will be pouring with plastic. Apply masking tape to the rim of the card egg half with the narrow, white thin edge. Otherwise it may be hard to close the egg again if a thick layer of paint gets on it. TIP! Paint the egg beforehand with one colour across the entire surface. Place the egg on an upside down plastic cup so that it "hovers" and the paint can drip down over the edges. Then pour one colour into each cup, drip water into each cup and stir. The paint should just be able to drip off the lolly stick - that means it's perfect! Next, take an empty plastic cup and pour in the different colours; for the best results, you can alternate colours. BUT! DO NOT STIR! Then pour half the paint over one half of the egg, and the rest over the other half. If you did not give the egg a coat of base paint, you can carefully brush down the paint where it hasn't dripped, to cover the whole egg. When you are finished, the egg halves will need to rest for about a day before you can remove the masking tape and fill them with tons of sweets.
Make artful Easter eggs and arrange them in a group to form a beautiful still life. We spray painted card eggs in different shades of Vintage paint and we sprayed the bottom parts of the eggs with gold spray. Then we decorated them with feathers, miniatures, leaves, metallic paper and pompoms. The eggs are decorated with Posca pens, tissue paper etc. An Easter egg as beautiful as this would probably also be an appreciated gift!
Make the Easter table extra cheerful with Easter eggs you've decorated yourself! Decorating your own Easter eggs is a fun and easy Easter craft that everyone can do. All you need to begin is a white card egg. Then you can decorate with colourful feathers, beautiful ribbons and maybe an Easter gift hidden inside the eggs for your guests. This is also a lovely gift for your family and friends. Because who wouldn't be delighted by a personalised Easter egg filled with sweets and chocolates?
Eggs dipped in dyed dip wax make stunning Easter decorations. Try it and see for yourself!
Painted porcelain eggs are a beautiful Easter decoration, and they are very easy to make. You could even make a few extra to present as Easter gifts! We used a brush pen intended for glass and porcelain.
With a little Hobbylack, pearl dough and imagination, you can make an adorable, unique Easter egg to give to someone you care about. Why not turn it into an Easter bunny, who always brings Easter eggs anyway? Best of all, you can make everything from the egg to the sweets at home yourself. What a treat it is to receive an Easter egg on Easter Sunday with sweets made especially for you. Our DIY Candy & Tools kit will let you surprise someone even more with homemade Easter treats. Panduro wishes you a super sweet Easter!
Card eggs can be used for so much more than just Easter eggs. With a little imagination and some materials, you can transform them into an Easter-themed bunch of animals. And who said you have to make realistic animals? Why not switch their bodies and heads, and make whimsical new creatures, like a bunny-lamb, a bunny-chick or a chick-lamb?
Tissue paper is a striking way to dye and decorate eggs. You can try two different methods: DYE WITH WATER: To dye eggs, use slightly more vibrantly coloured sheets. Start by cutting or tearing pieces (or designs). Then soak the egg in water; you can spray it with a spray bottle. Attach the tissue paper pieces to the egg and spray a little more water on top. Then let the egg and paper dry completely. Once dry, remove the paper to reveal the dyed egg. DECORATE WITH DECOUPAGE: Another option is to use decoupage varnish. Cut out paper pieces/designs. Apply a coat of varnish to the egg. Then attach the designs with a dry brush. Apply varnish on top of the designs.
There are so many fun and beautiful ways to decorate eggs. Here are a few examples that we hope inspire you. We have used spray paint, glitter, metallic paper, felt and paper. If an egg breaks, you can still use it as a pendant with something sweet inside, or on top of a wooden chick. We drew the eyes for the chick and rabbit with a thin, permanent pen. Using our smart hangers, it's easy to hang your decorated eggs: stick the ends through the shell, and add a dab of glue to the plate to keep it in place. They come in a 9-pack in silver and gold-coloured metal.
Plastic eggs in pastel colours are perfect for Easter. These have a little extra colour from watercolours and simple decor with rub-ons. Watercolours work well on slightly more matt surfaces, like these plastic eggs in a pastel blend (i.e., not on all plastic eggs), real eggs and wooden eggs. Paint, splash, and let the colour drip a little. Let dry completely. Then cut out and rub the design onto the egg. If you will be hanging the plastic eggs outside, we do not recommend using watercolour paint, but rub-ons work well.
Paper tape is a striking, very easy way to decorate. Here, we have used white eggs. Paint the eggs if you like, or leave them neutral. Cut or tear off pieces and tape them to the eggs in different patterns. Then simply add a hanger and a ribbon and they are ready to hang up. Finished!
The gift of a personalised decorated egg, filled with goodies, is bound to be a real treat for the lucky recipient. Our card eggs are easy to paint, spray and decorate. This egg was sprayed with vintage spray and gold spray in several layers for a smooth finish. Once the paint is fully dry, you can write a message on it. We wrote our text with a black Posca pen. Give your imagination free rein with any of our many items for decorating your egg using glue if you want more besides text.
Make a variety of painted eggs and draw lovely patterns with Sharpie markers. Sharpies are easy to colour with and dry very quickly. We especially recommend the thinnest pen, Ultra Fine. To mount the hanger: Apply a dab of glue around the hole in the eggshell. Carefully apply the hanger by first moving the little metal hat down, so that the "legs" end up as close as possible (otherwise it will be hard to get them in the little hole without cracking the shell). Carefully stick the legs in the hole and simultaneously push back the hat.
An Easter egg can be so much more than just an egg. With a little imagination and the right materials, you can transform it into your favourite animal, or even an imaginary animal! Here, we've made three glittery and dazzlingly colourful eggs for inspiration.
Add a luxurious touch to your Easter eggs with glitter and fill them with treats. First, we painted the three card eggs one colour with Hobbylack and let dry; then we sprinkled them with glitter. GREEN EGG: apply double-sided tape in stripes and sprinkle with glitter (701482). BLUE EGG: form small circles with removable tape runner and sprinkle with glitter (701482). WHITE EGG: brush with Oceanlack and sprinkle with glitter (701482); let dry and repeat once more.
Dye eggs with the marbling technique - they look fantastic! Paint plastic eggs and you won't risk them breaking. METHOD: Cover the work surface with plastic (paint drops will leave stains). Use the bucket the paints came in for the dye bath. Fill the bucket with water; choose the colours you want and drop them in with the pipette. Pull the paint around with a toothpick so the colours blend a little. Dip the egg into the dye bath and hang up to dry (use the gloves included in the kit). Dip the eggs one at a time. Hang the eggs on a stick or something similar. NOTE! Cover the area beneath the eggs with plastic; excess paint will drip off. Let hang overnight and dry. Tip! Place a wooden stick across two jars or something similar as a drying rack.
Paint cute Easter eggs and make them irresistible with hobbylack in pastel colours. We painted donuts on white eggs and ice cream on brown eggs; a few simple strokes will transform them into ice cream cones. Paint the ice cream with pink paint, then dot on "sprinkles" in various colours. We have real, blown-out eggs available in 6-packs that can be painted on directly.
Doodling is fun and can be done on almost everything. Everyone can doodle; there are no rules for how it should look. You can draw directly on eggs with Sharpie pens. You can colour designs if you like, but remember not to get too close to the black outline, which could cause it to smudge. Black eggs are easy to make with spray paint. Let dry and then colour with a thin, white Posca pen, which doesn't dry as quickly as the Sharpie pens. Be careful not to touch just-painted designs.
Paint Easter eggs gold! It's easy to do with an egg painting holder, a brush and gold Hobbylack. If you want to try a more advanced craft, you can make gorgeous golden eggs with Fimo leaf metal and glue (instructions included in the package). See materials below.
Paint, cover with colourful serviettes and wrap string around the eggs. They will be beautiful, personalised Easter gifts or decorations for the Easter table or bouquet.
Decorate trendy eggs this Easter with doodling! Our Penol pens are delightful to draw with and dry quickly. Draw spots, dashes and patterns - anything works!
Shimmering metal eggs bring a sense of luxury to the Easter table. METHOD: Fill a glass with warm water and drop in the paint tubes. Let them soak in the warm water until the paint liquefies. Cut the paint tubes apart with a pair of scissors. Put on the accompanying gloves and snip off the tops of the tubes. Take the warm eggs from the pot and dry them off. To begin with, drip about 15 drops of the lightest colour into the palm of your hand (with gloves on). Carefully rotate the egg in the paint. Let the egg dry for a moment, but not completely; it should feel sticky. Wrap metal foil around the egg and press gently so that it sticks. Pull off the foil. The metal is now stuck to the sticky paint. HAVE AT HOME: Warm freshly hard-boiled eggs, scissors, protective plastic, heat-tolerant glass.
Here is a tip for an incredibly easy, beautiful way to decorate eggs for the Easter table! Choose paper in beautiful colours and patterns, draw a flower, cut it out and place it in the egg cup to form a sleeve. Try painting the eggs in matching colours!
Give away Easter's cutest egg! Begin by dyeing the egg. We've painted with the acrylic paint "Traditional Craft Paint". Let the paint dry. Glue the lace around both egg halves. Place your gift inside the egg, tie a satin ribbon around it, and decorate with a feather to finish. Happy Easter!
With paint, metal leaf and masking tape, you can make Easter's trendiest eggs. If you don't want to blow out the eggs yourself, you can buy empty egg shells, such as the fresh eggs below. STEP 1. Colour the egg halves with cheerful colours; apply masking tape before you begin painting to keep the edges clean. We painted with Hobbylack Matt. Let the paint dry thoroughly. STEP 2. Apply masking tape, brush on glue and apply the metal leaf. Instructions are included in the package.
A dream prince has to have his own castle! We painted divisible, standing card eggs with Traditional Craft Paint in different colours. Paint windows and doors and draw outlines with a black pen. We made the crowns on top with a double layer of glittery decorative rubber, so they are glittery on the inside too. Decorative rubber is also available without glitter and in ready-cut shapes.
Paint and decorate wadding and polystyrene eggs using Hobbylack, glitter and sequins. Make a beautiful Easter garland with cut-out cardboard or glitter paper eggs glued onto satin ribbon.
...and celebrate with crafts and good friends. You can turn the vertical eggs into little houses and fill them with surprises. We've made an entire little village of adorable houses that the kids can play with. Paint with Hobbylack and make chimneys and windows with hobby card.
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