Giant Painted Easter Egg Craft
My daughter loves to enter competitions and today we are sharing Sylvia’s Giant Painted Easter Egg art which is her entry into the Kids Paint Easter Competition hosted by ArtSupplies.co.uk. Sylvia really enjoys painting and creating and I enjoyed watching her come up with this fantastic idea. She did a brilliant job and I was very impressed.
The Art Supplies competition was a fantastic opportunity for little ones to create their own Easter themed Masterpiece. Here is my daughter’s huge cardboard Easter egg.
Supplies For This Easter Painting Project
For this art project Sylvia used cardboard, 4 different paint colours, A paintbrush, plate, glue gun and pom poms.
How To Make A Giant Easter Egg
First my daughter drew and cut out a huge egg shape on a piece of old cardboard. She drew some lines using a pencil and created a egg design.
Next Sylvia began to paint the different sections of her giant Easter egg.
Starting at the top of the giant Easter egg, Sylvia chose the purple paint to paint the first strip.
She then moved onto the zig zag section and created a mixed colour look mixing paints together.
The next stage was to paint the the giant easter egg bright pink.
The Easter art project was fun for my daughter and she was excited to be entering the Art Supplies Easter painting competition.
The final section to paint was the third strip. Sylvia again chose purple paint. She used a huge paintbrush which was really good quality and allowed her to paint well on the surface.
Once the painting was dry, Sylvia added blobs of glue to her easter egg ready to add pom poms.
Now the Giant Easter Egg Painting was completed and my daughter was super pleased with the end result. I think she did a great job! Do you?
What will your child make for their competition entry?
Check out more Easter Crafts Below:
- four different paint colors
- glue gun
- pom poms
1. Draw and cut out a huge egg shape on a piece of old cardboard and draw some lines using a pencil to create an egg design.
2. Paint the different sections of the giant Easter egg starting at the top of the giant Easter egg,
3. Make a zig-zag section in the center of your giant Easter egg with your preferred color or mix paints together.
4. Paint the third strip with your chosen paint color.
5. Once the painting was dry, add some blobs of glue to the easter egg and add pom poms.
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!