On Tuesdays, you'll always find something fun to make or some great "tool" to use. Well, today it's both. We will be spray painting Easter eggs with a great painting tool I've been using for a while. By the way, they are plastic Easter eggs, not the hard boiled kind!! Lol
Doesn't this egg look good enough to eat? Yummy chocolate? Nope...painted plastic Easter egg!
A jumbo plastic Easter egg from Walmart and my favorite paint...Krylon really sprays on nicely and looks great.
It's a big egg...great for decorating.
Here's the paint name. I've posted this color before for a bunny I painted. It's a satin finish.
OMG...it looks like it was just dipped in a chocolate fondue!!
These 2 part eggs are great for putting little gifties or treats in.
Here's the bunny I painted last year. Click HERE to see that post. They both make a cute arrangement.
I realized the egg has little holes on the front and back. Not sure why, but I took advantage of the situation.
Thread the wired edge ribbon through the holes.
and tie into a cute little bow.
Now the arrangement is all decked out for the holiday.
Here's the tool I was talking about. It's a spray can nozzle with a trigger.
Slides over the top of the can.
When you pull the trigger, the mechanism inside pushes the spray button.
Really saves your fingers and no messy paint on them either.
Have fun painting your eggs. Just make sure you tell people it's not real or they may take a bite out of it!!
This would be great to paint all the little plastic eggs too and display them in a pretty bowl or Easter basket.
Have a happy Tuesday,