How to Paint Floral Easter Eggs

How to paint easter eggs

I have a favourite Easter tradition: Making Easter eggs! As much as I enjoy dyeing eggs into bright and colourful decorations, I wanted to try something different this year.

Since I’ve been painting a lot of florals with watercolours lately, I thought it would be cool to try painting them on eggs for Easter. It turned out to be a lot of fun and I’m pretty happy with how they turned out!

How to paint easter eggs 3

All you need are some hard-boiled eggs. To avoid smudging, it’s best to let one section dry before moving on to the other side; a paint palette or shot glasses are perfect egg holders for this. I found that the darker colours worked really well against the white egg shells.

How to paint easter eggs 1How to paint easter eggs 2How to paint easter eggs 4

I also painted a bunny to guard the eggs 😉

How to paint easter eggs 7How to paint easter eggs 6

They were almost too pretty to eat (or use for egg battles)! But hey, there’s always next year!

I hope you liked this post and that I have inspired you to paint on something unconventional. The world is but a canvas to our imagination 🙂

What did you think? Leave a comment, I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Thanks for reading et à la prochaine!



0 0 vote
Article Rating
Notify of
1 Comment
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

[…] my creative egg decorating holiday. I wanted to change it up from last year’s soft-coloured watercolour painted eggs so I browsed online for inspirations. Apparently there are many common vegetables you can use to […]