Flash back to the 80’s and 90’s with these fun Lisa Frank Easter Eggs, a quick and easy Easter craft made with colorful and glittery temporary tattoos! Fun for kids of all ages!
If you were a child of the 80’s or 90’s, then you might remember Lisa Frank as the absolute epitome of cool. If you wanted to be the star of the classroom, you probably had a Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper notebook, stickers, pencils, and anything else that you could get your hands on! The Lisa Frank products were bright, colorful, and full of adorable animals and patterns that all of the girls were absolutely CRAZY for!
With Easter just around the corner, I thought that Lisa Frank’s fun and colorful ideas would translate perfectly to bright and cheery Easter eggs! With the help of some sparkly tattoos, I whipped up these quick and easy Lisa Frank Easter eggs in under 30 minutes!
What You Need to Make Lisa Frank Easter Eggs:
- Paper Mache Easter Eggs or Wooden Easter Eggs
- Acrylic Craft Paint
- Cosmetic Sponges
- Lisa Frank Temporary Tattoos
- Sharpie Marker
- Glitter Finish Sealer
Start by painting the eggs with cosmetic sponges and acrylic paint in a gradient color pattern.
Allow the egg to dry completely and then select which tattoos you’d like to use on the egg. You’ll need a small dish of water and a clean cosmetic sponge to apply the tattoos.
Cut out each individual tattoo and trim the excess paper.
Place the tattoo on to the egg, and apply according to the directions on the package.
Use a Sharpie marker to draw animal print patterns in the non-tattooed spaces. Lisa Frank loved pairing giraffe, leopard, and tiger patterns along with all of those sparkly hearts, unicorns, puppies, and rainbows!
Add a coat of glitter finish if desired.
These bright and colorful Lisa Frank Easter eggs are so fun and easy!
Unicorns, puppies, kittens, teddy bears, hearts, and rainbows…oh my!
Add these cheery Lisa Frank Easter eggs to your seasonal decorations, and bring some nostalgic fun to your holiday celebration! They’re sure to be a huge hit with kids of all ages!
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