Writing on Easter eggs with a permanent marker has got to be one of the easiest ways to decorate eggs!
Writing on Easter Eggs: Use a Sharpie permanent marker to write love letter script or draw a pattern on Easter eggs | Simple Easter egg decorating
Writing on Easter Eggs with a Sharpie Marker
Easter is around the corner, which means one thing: It’s time to decorate Easter eggs! WooHoo!
Take a quick spin around Pinterest, and you will quickly discover that there are TONS of ways to decorate eggs. Easter eggs are so much fun because they’re just a blank canvas. It seems that decorating ideas are only limited by your imagination.
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I absolutely adore these Love Letter Easter eggs because they are so simple to make. Seriously. You only need eggs and a Sharpie marker to make this happen! Here is the tutorial.
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Supplies Needed for this Project
Tutorial: Love Letter Script Writing on Easter Eggs
- Optional: paint your eggs. I started with plastic eggs that were tan colored like real eggs, so I spray painted them white. You could easily paint your eggs any pastel color you like. I would probably stick with lighter colors so that your black script shows up well. I tossed my eggs in a show box, and sprayed one side. Then when that side dried, I flipped them over and painted the other side. Just let the paint dry completely before adding the Sharpie.
- Grab your Sharpie and brush up on your very best handwriting skills!
- Select the words that you want to write. I chose song lyrics from a favorite song. Choose any words you like – a song, poem, inspirational quote, or even random words will do!
- Gently write your words in your prettiest and smoothest cursive writing. Then go thank your 3rd grade teacher. You did need cursive after all!
- I chose to write my script at an angle around the egg. The lines just wrapped around until the egg was covered with words.
- That’s it – too easy! Display your Sharpie eggs with your favorite Easter decorations.
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