Need some cute easter egg design inspiration this year? Here are 11 designs that look good on your Easter brunch table!
1. The Classic Bun
Use a pastel color to draw or paint two bunny ears and a heart-shaped nose!
2. Abstract to match your theme
This design is great because you can use any color that matches your Easter theme. Go for a color and then shift the hue to create the second color. For example blueish-purple and a reddish-purple, bluish-green and a yellow-green etc.
3. Hearts, hearts and hearts!
I used an offset grid to design this heart egg. Don’t make the heart too perfect, I think it’s way more charismatic to see it’s hand-drawn!
4. Easter wreath
Draw a circle with a pencil. Then, use a marker with a small tip and draw the leaves. Allow it to dry and then erase the pencil.
5. . Shut eyes – kids classic!
These eyes are a very popular design. Simply draw this with a marker! You might want to draw some guidelines to get a symmetrical result.
6. Over the rainbow
For this design I used one color with different saturations.
7. Minimakistic leaves
For this one, I choose a dark brown color. Back seemed too harsh.
How to paint Easter Eggs with acrylic paint
This romantic flower exists out of 3 main lines. The two outer lines have rounded leaves and the line in the middle has a flower with pointed leaves.
9. Head in the clouds
These cute little clouds are super fun to paint!
10. Heart of gold
Grab quality gold paint and paint a heart!
Paint an abstract ”blob” and then write a short message. This looks extra fun when you do it in calligraphy!
I hope you got some inspiration. Worried if you can safely consume Easter eggs after they’ve been painted? Check out this article here!
Have fun painting this year’s Easter eggs :)