I love Easter Eggs. Ever since I was little I would image that they come from some beautiful magical place, each one different and with it's own personality and story. Here is how I made my Easter Eggs this year.
Hard Boiled Eggs
Two thin brushes
After your egg is boils, dries and cools down, you can start to paint. Here is a Pinterest board filled with images of pressed flowers. I invited you to scroll through it and get inspired.
I found that the watercolor dries quickly on the egg. But, you should check that it's dry before touching it or putting it down. Once it's dry, it's ready to decorate your table or Easter Egg basket.
I would love to see what you created. Share it with me on Instagram using the #watercoloreaster .