Sharpie Easter Eggs
If your family’s getting tired of the same old Easter dye kits, try using Sharpies for fun new way to decorate this year’s eggs!
Sharpie Easter Eggs can be as artsy – or a simple – as you want. It’s something my older teens would enjoy, since they love to draw more intricate designs. But so easy that my 8 year old would have fun too. While doing a trial run, I traced a chevron pattern with a pencil and went over it with black sharpie. My silver oil-based paint sharpie was great for shiny accent dots.
Another way to approach this project is to dye the eggs first and then use Sharpie as an added layer of personalization 🙂
Or get REALLY artistic, like these bright colorful creations over on AnaCraftyOne!
You’ll want to buy several Sharpie markers on hand for this project, especially if you want a colorful array of artwork to display.
This Sharpie Fine-Tip Permanent Marker 80′s Glam, 24-Pack Assorted Colors – is perfect – plenty for the whole family!!
The 24 Pack of Markers includes 1 each of Black, Navy, Blue, Sky Blue, Turquoise, Aqua, Olive, Green, Lime, Mint, Yellow, Marigold, Peach, Tangerine, Orange, Pink, Magenta, Berry, Red, Burgundy, Lilac, Purple, Plum and Brown
For intricate work, the Ultra Fine point sharpies are best. And for coloring in designs, I love the Paint Sharpies.