DIY: Pink Chalkboard Easter Eggs
I haven’t had a lot of free time this month but I was so inspired by the amount of beautiful Easter egg decorations I found on the web that I couldn’t resist to making my own.
So yesterday when Jax took one of his unusual “long” naps, I ran to look for material and started crafting these sweet pink Easter eggs.
To paint them I used the same Martha Stewart chalkboard paint I used for my kitchen frame here. It’s an awesome paint, vibrant and easy to apply and I just LOVE the fact that you can write on it.
Here is the list of materials and steps to make your own pink chalkboard Easter eggs. Are you ready?
- Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-surface Chalkboard Paint
- Poke a hole in the eggs to get out the yolk and clean the eggs.
- Start painting your eggs. Two or three layers of the chalkboard paint should be enough.
- Write notes, names, shapes or anything you want on them!!!! Just have fun!!
Happy Easter friends! I hope you are having an amazing week.