I actually spray painted using Krylon metallic paint and regular plastic easter eggs. I love how they turned out! I didn't spray them completely because I wanted more of a "marble" look with a bit of the colours coming out. To make your own, grab some plastic easter eggs, some spray paint, and a nice open area that you can spray. It's important that there's no wind because the eggs tend to roll and you'll end up with quite a few eggs that have drips. When you are spraying, keep the can about 2 feet away from the eggs and only use small bursts of paint. If you use too much, you'll end up with uneven paint. Unless of course, that's what you're going for. Let the eggs dry over night and then decorate with them to your hearts content! I wouldn't use them in an egg hunt or let my kiddos touch them because they are painted. You never know if they'll end up in their mouths or not!
|Both Rust-Oleum and Krylon are great brands to use!|
|I got the topiary balls at the dollar store for $2 each!|
How is your Easter decorating coming? Are you all ready to go for the weekend?