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Painted Easter Eggs

By Shantha Prabhu
You Will Need :

Fevicryl Sunflower Kit, Fevicryl Pearl kit, Fevicryl Pearl Metallic Kit, Fevicryl 3D Cone Outliners, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Round Brush, Eggs, Fabric pens, Satin Ribbon

Description :
Here’s how Easter eggs can be painted using Acrylic Colour.
STEP 1
Start off by washing the eggs carefully and then boiling them. Once boiled, allow the eggs to cool down and then start painting.
STEP 2
DOODLE EGG One of the simplest techniques of decorating an Easter egg is by using fabric markers. Just use your imagination and doodle away!!
STEP 3
WOODEN EGG: First paint the egg with a base coat of Fevicryl Acrylic paint: Burnt Sienna. Allow this to dry. Add a little Fevicryl Acrylic paint: Black to Fevicryl Acrylic paint: Burnt Sienna to get a Dark Brown color. Use this paint to get a wooden/veneer finish on the surface of the egg.
STEP 4
GALAXY EGG: Paint the entire egg using Fevicryl Acrylic paint: Black. Allow this to dry. Use Fevicryl Acrylic paints of your choice to randomly color the surface the egg. Allow this to dry. Fevicryl Acrylic paint: Pearl colors of your choice to further paint the surface of the egg. Allow this to dry. Lightly brush Fevicryl 3D cone outliner: Glitter silver to complete the Galaxy effect.
STEP 5
HALF-AND-HALF EGG: Paint the entire egg using Fevicryl Acrylic paint of your choice. Allow this to dry. Squeeze out some glitter color of your choice from a Fevicryl 3D outliner cone. Dip a part of the egg into this glitter color. Allow it to dry. Use Fabric Glue to decorate the egg with a ribbon.
STEP 6
ANTIQUE EGG: Give a texture to the egg using the squiggling technique with Fevicryl Fabric Glue. Allow this to dry. Paint over this texture using Fevicryl Acrylic paint: Black. Allow this to dry. Using your index finger, gently rub Fevicryl Acrylic paint: Pearl Metallic Gold onto the surface to give it an antique finish.
STEP 7
MARBLED EGG: Pour out Fevicryl Acrylic paints of your choice onto a flat surface. Roll the egg over these paints and allow it to dry.
STEP 8
That's what you end up doing when you have half a dozen eggs and when you feel crafty. Happy Easter!! NOTE: These eggs are perishable.