Nail Polish Easter Eggs: A New Twist

Easter egg

If you prefer to decorate your Easter eggs close to the holiday like we do, then you probably haven’t gotten around to it yet. And while the PAAS kits are an ever-present Easter staple and remind us of our childhood, aren’t you bored of the same ‘ol-same ‘ol eggs? Well, we did a little thinking and came up with a creative way to decorate our eggs this year. And all it takes are some household items…well, besides the eggs of course.

We had some nail polish bottles rolling around so we dove into the simple splatter paint egg decorating.

Here’s what you need:

Eggs

Newspaper to catch the splatter

Nail polish

Nail polish remover (for the aftermath)

Don’t forget to throw on some grubby clothes that you don’t mind getting paint splatter on…that means take that Slip77 swag off!!

Easter egg ingredients

Start by getting all of your items together and throwing down the newspaper. Then just splatter, drop, paint, gloop or swirl the nail polish onto your eggs! I would recommend decorating one side of the egg, letting it dry a bit and then hitting the other side. Have fun with it!

If you want the eggs to last and not smell like low tide on the rock, you can drain them by poking a hole in the bottom or just hard boil ’em and eat a ton of egg salad over the next week.

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Easter egg 2

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Easter egg 3

If you’re looking for an Easter Egg Hunt to celebrate the holiday, check these out:

Easter Service and Egg Hunt at the Agricultural Hall in WT. Starts at 10am.

Vineyard Gardens annual Easter Egg Hunt. Starts at 1pm.

Easter Egg Hunt at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs. Starts at 9:30am.

Easter Service and Egg Hunt at the Federated Church in Edgartown. Starts at 10:30am.

 

Happy Hunting!

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