How to Make Ombre Easter Eggs
Time: 25 minutes + dry time
Materials: Eggs, spray paint, egg carton
I have pretty found memories of Easter as a kid. Mainly, I got to wear a new dress and play games that always resulted in winning candy. Call me crazy, but that still sounds pretty amazing. Although I don’t really do anything as an adult, I still wanted to decorate some eggs this year! And what better way than with some fresh and bright colors for spring?
You’ll want to prep your eggs before painting. Not sure how, here’s a pretty helpful tutorial.
Place your eggs back in the carton, with the larger end (bottom) facing up. Give a quick spray, just enough to coat the bottom and speckle up the sides a bit. If you spray too much, the paint will drip down the side of your egg, taking away from the ombre effect.
Bada bing, that’s it!