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DIY Gold Geometric Easter Eggs

These geometric gold Easter eggs have it all! A pop of color, gorgeous gold geometric patterns, and lots of style.

DIY Gold Geometric Easter Eggs
DIY Gold Geometric Easter Eggs

Here’s a colorful, Eastery take on our gold geometric pumpkins! I love this project because it’s easy and super fast to recreate.

You can tackle it on a crafternoon with girlfriends, or even set it up so that little kids can make their own. We used our favorite method of coloring eggs (spray paint, y’all!), but you can color them any way you like. Then get your gold pens out and start drawing!

Here are a few other really fun Easter ideas to try while you’re decorating!

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The Best Gold Paint Pens

I can’t recommend enough the Pentouch paint pens for this project. You’ll find links below to my favorite gold paint pen!

I love these particular paint pens for a few reasons. First, the coverage is beautiful and they don’t often leave a streaky finish.

Also, the flow of the pen is really smooth, unlike lots of other pain pens that I’ve tried.

Finally, they have a range of tips, from ultra fine to thick, so that you can really choose the right pen for the job.

DIY Gold Geometric Easter Eggs

Supplies You’ll Need

I love this project because it’s a short supply list and so fun to make! The techniques are incredibly easy so you can really focus on the joy of making these pretty little geometric gold eggs.

Materials

Make Time: 5 Minutes per egg (Plus Drying Time)

How to Make Geometric Gold Easter Eggs

DIY Gold Geometric Easter Eggs
  1. Color your eggs. If you’re using spray paint, spray on light coats in a well-ventilated area until you achieve desired coverage. I highly recommend you reference this post on spray painting Easter eggs; it’s an easy and quick way to get vibrant and saturated color on your eggs. Alternatively, you can use traditional Easter egg dye or even this really fun Kool-Aid trick.
  2. Allow eggs to dry completely. It’s important to make sure that they are dry and cured, so that your gold pen works well and will glide smoothly across the egg’s surface.
  3. Prep your gold pen by pumping the tip a few times on a scrap of paper. Be sure the ink is flowing evenly.
  4. Draw on your geometric pattern! We chose various sizes of triangles but use your imagination.
  5. Set your eggs aside and allow the gold ink to dry completely before touching.

Ways to Customize Your Gold Easter Eggs

You’ll notice that I created our eggs in a rainbow of colors so that the display would be extra pretty! (I did the same with these modern eggs and I loved it). But you can choose a color palette that makes you happy.

Also, I often recommend using faux eggs (see a link in the supplies list). They’re great because you can store them away year after year with your Easter decor and bring them out to use.

That’s it! I love having these around the house — everybody who visits comments on how different they are. (I definitely take “different” as a compliment. 😉 )

If you try and love this project, be sure to rate it below! xoxo

DIY Gold Geometric Easter Eggs
DIY Gold Geometric Easter Eggs

Gold Geometric Easter Eggs

Yield: Gold Geometric Easter Eggs
Active Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $20

These geometric gold Easter eggs have it all! A pop of color, gorgeous gold geometric patterns, and lots of style. Click for the tutorial.

Materials

  • Eggs (real or faux
  • Spray paint
  • Gold paint pen

Tools

  • Cardboard

Instructions

  1. Color your eggs. If you're using spray paint, spray on light coats in a well-ventilated area until you achieve desired coverage. I highly recommend you reference this post on spray painting Easter eggs; it's an easy and quick way to get vibrant and saturated color on your eggs. Alternatively, you can use traditional Easter egg dye or even this really fun Kool-Aid trick.
  2. Allow eggs to dry completely. It's important to make sure that they are dry and cured, so that your gold pen works well and will glide smoothly across the egg's surface.
  3. Prep your gold pen by pumping the tip a few times on a scrap of paper. Be sure the ink is flowing evenly.
  4. Draw on your geometric pattern! We chose various sizes of triangles but use your imagination.
  5. Set your eggs aside and allow the gold ink to dry completely before touching.

Notes

You'll notice that I created our eggs in a rainbow of colors so that the display would be extra pretty! (I did the same with these modern eggs and I loved it). But you can choose a color palette that makes you happy.

Also, I often recommend using faux eggs (see a link in the supplies list). They're great because you can store them away year after year with your Easter decor and bring them out to use.

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