Step 1. You'll want an egg template. We did a search for one online and just adjusted the size we wanted. Print it out an use that as a template to cut out your cardboard eggs.
Step 2. Paint your cardboard eggs white so the colors will show vibrantly when you paint them on. We gave our eggs 2-3 coatings of white paint.
Step 3. Use your tape to make patterns to color block your eggs. Remove tape when the paint is dried to reveal the patterns. This is a great time to talk to your kids about color mixing and combinations.
You can also make dots like we did using a pencil eraser.
When the paint is dried on your cardboard eggs, remove the tape carefully and admire your painted eggs!
The kids and I were impressed with the bold patterns and colors. We hung them up on the wall for a pretty and modern Easter room decoration. You could even punch holes to string yarn through and make a colorful garland.
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