Here’s a colorful, Eastery take on our gold geometric pumpkins! I love this project because it’s easy and super fast. 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!
- spray paint or egg dye
- gold felt-tipped pen (this is our favorite)
Make Time: 5 Minutes per egg (Plus Drying Time)
Step 1: Color your eggs. If you’re using spray paint, spray on light coats in a well-ventilated area until you achieve desired coverage.
Step 2: Allow eggs to dry completely. Prep your gold pen by pumping the tip a few times on a scrap of paper. Be sure the ink is flowing evenly.
Step 3: Draw on your geometric pattern! We chose various sizes of triangles but use your imagination.
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. 😉 ) Although I will say this — having Easter eggs around is a lot more tricky with a fast-moving toddler. I’m just waiting for one of these beauties to end up smushed on the floor. Cross your fingers for me! xoxo