Step 1. First you'll need an egg template to cut out. We just searched for "Easter egg template" online and sized one for our needs. Once you cut one out, you can use it as a template to make lots of paper eggs.
Step 2. Add drops of paint on your paper Easter eggs.
Step 3. Squeeguee in different directions to add texture and colors. Wipe off squeegee in between the next egg. That's it!
Allow your paper Easter eggs to fully dry. Stack something heavy like books once dried over them to prevent curling.
You can use these pretty marbled Easter eggs as cards, decorations or garlands. To make cards, make them smaller than we did.
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