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Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs.  This is the perfect Easter craft – speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Speckled eggs are definitely one of my favorite things about spring!  The muted pastel colors make my neutral-loving heart feel just a little giddy.

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

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Here’s what you will need to make these Painted + Speckled Eggs:

 

Tutorial: DIY Chalk Paint Easter Eggs

Start by spraying your plastic eggs with primer.  I did this to make sure my chalk paint adhered well, since I want these eggs to last for several seasons.

To do this, place the eggs in a small cardboard box and spray one side with a thin layer of primer.  Let the paint dry completely, roll the eggs around a bit, and spray another layer.  Repeat this process 3-4 times until you have fairly consistent coverage around the whole egg.

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Next, paint on a base layer of the pastel chalk paint.

I found it easiest to place the plastic eggs in an actual egg carton while I let the paint dry.

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Using a paint pouncer, add another layer of chalk paint.  The pouncer will give the paint better coverage, without leaving brush lines on the eggs.

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Let the paint dry.  Aren’t these pastel Easter eggs so pretty?

 

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Using a small paint brush and copper acrylic craft paint, flick paint onto the eggs.  I just pulled the paint brush bristles back, and let the paint fly!  Now your eggs have speckles.

 

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

 

 

 

 

 

And that’s how you make your own specked eggs.  These Easter eggs are perfect for spring decor, wreaths, or just simple tablescape decor.

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

 

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft - speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Chalk Paint Speckled Easter Eggs

Yield: 1 Craft
Active Time: 30 minutes
Additional Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Difficulty: easy
Estimated Cost: $10

Follow this simple tutorial to make chalk paint Easter eggs. This is the perfect Easter craft – speckled eggs are so popular in spring decor right now!

Materials

  • Plastic Easter eggs – I have used these ones for various craft projects, and I love them!
  • White spray primer
  • Paint brushes and paint pouncer
  • Chalk paint in various pastel shades
  • Copper acrylic craft paint

Instructions

  1. Start by spraying your plastic eggs with primer. I did this to make sure my chalk paint adhered well, since I want these eggs to last for several seasons.

    To do this, place the eggs in a small cardboard box and spray one side with a thin layer of primer. Let the paint dry completely, roll the eggs around a bit, and spray another layer. Repeat this process 3-4 times until you have fairly consistent coverage around the whole egg.
  2. Next, paint on a base layer of the pastel chalk paint.

    I found it easiest to place the plastic eggs in an actual egg carton while I let the paint dry.
  3. Using a paint pouncer, add another layer of chalk paint. The pouncer will give the paint better coverage, without leaving brush lines on the eggs.
  4. Let the paint dry. Aren’t these pastel Easter eggs so pretty?
  5. Using a small paint brush and copper acrylic craft paint, flick paint onto the eggs. I just pulled the paint brush bristles back, and let the paint fly! Now your eggs have speckles.

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