As a kid, we never really celebrated Easter with parties and egg hunting activities. Our traditions were more on Easter’s religious side. But as I slowly carve my style of celebrating things with my daughter, I’ve decided that ours will involve a fun, hassle-free and social approach – because, why not?
This year we made a little project that involves painting Easter eggs at home. It’s a very relaxing activity that anyone can do when Summer is at its peak in a tropical country. And on Easter Sunday, we are heading to an Easter Egg-hunting event with friends.
The materials for this Easter egg painting art project were pretty simple.
Regret-free Washable Poster Paint
a bunch of small paint brushes for endless mixing and paint applications
A toddler to entertain this long Easter weekend
and Bunny Ears headband to complete the Easter vibe
I wasn’t expecting much, so when we had this basket of eggs, we were really happy with the outcome.
To make things really fun, we painted our noses too.
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