It is a tradition for us here on the blog to share inspiring Easter related ideas and these two weeks will be filled with lots of DIY Easter projects and decorating ideas.
The most wondrous and exciting event in our household when I was little, was the dying of Easter eggs. Not that it lessened in strength during the years; I still make a big thing out of it and my kids love it as dearly as I do.
This year I am all set on dying them naturally, that is to say using plants / herbs and veggies to dye them, and I'll let you know how it goes.
But today it's about watercolors. Water coloring eggs seems like a good idea to involve the kids in and let them express their creativity.
The two images above are by Lucy from Craftberry Bush. Aren't they gorgeous?
Elise used watercolors for a tiny bit of abstract floral painting. She used blown eggs, so these could easily be hanged as decor. Fantastic!
Holly used watercolors to dab confetti and floral images and they couldn't be cuter!
Zakkiya did the same, but she painted elaborate stems and leaves.
Aside from using watercolors, Allison also used sharpies to draw / outline the flowers and leaves and the effect is eye-catching.
Alisa used watercolors as the base onto which she doodled various flowers and leaves using a watercolor pencil.
In the past we shared these: