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Easter Egg Décor

Easter Egg Décor

by Roxi Phillips

Welcome Spring by decorating giant Easter eggs with these clever spray painting techniques!

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1 hour per egg
  • Krylon® ColorMaster Spray Paints
    • Chocolate Egg- ColorMaster: Satin Brown Boots (53562), Leather Brown (52501)
    • Playful Polka-dots Egg- ColorMaster: Satin White (53564), Satin Hyacinth (53525), Catalina Mist (53529)
    • Elegant Metallic Egg- Brushed Metallic: Satin Nickel (51255), Sparkling Canyon (51252)
  • Krylon® Easy-Tack™ Repositionable Adhesive (7020)
  • Krylon® Glitter Spray: Shimmering Silver (402) for Playful Polka-dot egg and Elegant Metallic egg
  • Giant eggs: 7" or 11"
  • Self-Adhesive embellishments: foam shapes, crystal gem-stones
  • Stencils (purchased or hand-cut): various sized circles, flourishes
  • Rick-Rack: 1 ¼" wide, ¾ yard
  • Paper for masking paint area and cutting stencils
  • Craft scissors

Chocolate Egg

  1. Spray entire egg with Krylon® Satin Brown Boots
  2. Spray one side of Rick-Rack with Krylon® Easy-Tack™ Repositionable Adhesive; adhere to mid-section of spray painted egg
  3. Spray entire egg and Rick-Rack with Krylon® Leather Brown
  4. Remove Rick-Rack and embellish with self-adhesive shapes as desired

Playful Polka-dots Egg

  1. Spray entire egg with Krylon® Satin White
  2. Cut various sized circles from masking paper, spray backside of circles with Krylon® Easy-Tack™ Repositionable Adhesive (or use pre-cut circle stickers); apply to egg in random order
  3. Spray top half of egg with Krylon® Hyacinth and bottom half with Krylon® Catalina Mist, allowing paint to fade into the other at middle area of egg
  4. Remove circle masks once dry
  5. Embellish each circle with self-adhesive shapes
  6. Finish egg with a coating of Krylon® Glitter Spray

Elegant Metallic Egg

  1. Spray entire egg with Krylon® Brushed Metallic Satin Nickel
  2. Spray Krylon® Easy-Tack™ Repositionable Adhesive to backside of flourish stencil
  3. Apply stencil to front of egg
  4. Spray entire egg with Krylon® Sparkling Canyon
  5. Remove circle masks once dry
  6. Embellish flourish with self-adhesive gems
  7. Finish egg with a coating of Krylon® Glitter Spray
  8. Spray with Krylon® Glitter Spray

Designer’s Tip:

Designing and cutting your own stencils is easy with personal die-cut machines. Try cutting stencils from self-adhesive vinyl for flexible shapes for use on uneven surfaces.

Easter Egg Décor was designed by Roxi Phillips.

Learn how to create seasonal decorations by exploring Spring spray paint projects from Krylon.

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