These Marbled Easter Eggs are a quick and easy Easter kids craft that anyone can make! All it takes are wooden eggs, acrylic paint, and a baking pan!
Yesterday my boys made marbled Easter eggs using wooden eggs and acrylic paint. We used the same technique that we use to marbelize paper with actual glass marbles, and I love the way that they turned out!
Give your kiddos their trays and start rolling them around. It works much better if you actually pick up your tray and tilt it side-to-side like Sawyer is doing here. If you take Sutton’s route and try to roll the egg around the paint with your fingers, all you’re going to do is make your Mom paranoid that acrylic-paint-covered-fingers are going to end up in places they shouldn’t 😉
See what I mean about that bonus artwork in the bottom of the tray? We’re going to cut ours up and make Spring/Easter cards to mail to our family and friends.