Can we all agree that time is flying 100 MPH?! It feels like St. Paddy’s Day was just yesterday and now Easter is just a skip and a bunny hop away?! As I’ve been sharing so many Easter Egg DIY projects here, I am totally in the spirit 100%. I’ve ALWAYS loved the brush stroke design trend. Whether it be on cakes, wallets, clothing – if it’s done in the “right” colors, it’s like hitting the jack pot on Match.com. LOL! Recently, I saw these brush stroke heart cookies from Sugar and Charm, which especially inspired these eggs!
These Easter eggs are WIDLY easy to make! You can even buy plain white DIY eggs. Let me tell you, you don’t have to be Picasso to make these DIY painted brush stroke eggs. They’re beyond easy!
How To Make Painted Brush Stroke Easter Eggs
- Plain white Easter eggs (boiled or plastic)
- Three different shades of your favorite pink paint
- Flat tip paint brush
- Using your flat tip paint brush, lightly stroke your eggs with each pink color making a brush stroke pattern.
- Let dry!